FAA found more than 2,800 of the 3,000 U.S. aircraft operators to have no Y2K issues and comply with regulatory requirements for ground-based systems, including the 10 major airline and most Part 121 scheduled regional and startup carriers. FAA today will include Y2K readiness assessments on DOT's Y2K website - www.fly2k.dot.gov. This includes airline-maintained pilot training, crew scheduling and record-keeping data. Of the 173 U.S. airlines, 146 received a rating of "1," indicating ...

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