FAA cracks down on third-party seat belt extenders

FAA late last month issued an "Information for Operators" (InFO) guidance “reminder” that carriers should not use any seat belt extenders other than those that are FAA-issued. “The bottom line is that passengers cannot bring their own seat belt extender on an airplane,” an FAA spokesperson told ATW...

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