When NTSB investigators convene a public hearing this week into last spring's crash of a ValuJet Airlines DC-9, they expect to do so to a packed audience. Present when the hearing opens Nov. 18 in Miami will be the traditional group of representatives from ValuJet and its suppliers, contractors and employees who are parties--and in some cases subjects--of the probe into the May 11 Everglades crash that killed all 110 on board. In addition to National Transportation Safety Board ...

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