The shutdown of ValuJet and the shakeup at the FAA a day later sent shock waves through the entire airline industry last week. Carrier officials are wondering about the fallout from the government's unusually bold moves taken more than five weeks after the May 11 ValuJet crash. Some in the industry suspect election-year political motives are responsible for the airline shutdown and may have forced the unprecedented scrutiny of personnel and procedures inside the FAA. Others ...
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