FAA Approves Medical Kit Exemption Request To Avoid Aircraft Groundings

The FAA has granted a one-year exemption on rules that requiring U.S. airlines to carry Atropine in their inflight emergency medical kits, after industry groups warned that a shortage of the heart drug and the likelihood that the requirement would soon force carriers to ground significant numbers of...

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