Groundings of U.S. Commercial Transports Are Rare

1931 The Commerce Department's Aeronautics Branch, the FAA's predecessor, suspends the certificate of the Fokker F-10A after a crash that kills Notre Dame football coach Knute Rockne. Investigators say moisture caused the aircraft's wooden wing to separate. 1946 The CAA grounds the Lockheed L-049...

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