Watchdog: Inadequate FAA Oversight Leaves Airlines Hazardous Cargo Violations In Limbo

A government watchdog has found that some U.S. carriers did not face penalties after violating rules by carrying dangerous goods on passenger aircraft, even though the FAA did not verify that corrections had been made afterward, a quid pro quo for the protection. Revelations about the FAA’s...

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