Nations Air Express voluntarily stopped flying Saturday following an FAA inspection, but a spokesman for the carrier said yesterday it hopes to resume flying this week. In the meantime, its passengers are being accommodated under contracts with other carriers. FAA said its inspection revealed that the airline's records were "insufficient to determine the training and qualifications of its pilots and flight attendants." The inspection also found "deficiencies in the airline's pilot ...

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