The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and the University of Maryland have signed a research agreement to review the causes, hazards and costs of accidental discharges of foam fire suppression systems in aircraft hangars. There is uncertainty surrounding the benefits versus the potential hazards related to the hangar suppression systems, NATA President and CEO Gary Dempsey said. Members have voiced concern about the high costs of installation, maintenance and cleanup from false ...

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