FAA failures put passengers in danger

In a products liability scare, a whistle-blower recently told Congress that a cozy relationship between Southwest Airlines officials and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) put passengers in danger of a catastrophe. One supervisor at FAA repeatedly rebuffed his reports of inspection requirement violations. Allowing aircrafts to fly passengers in a known unsafe condition puts the lives of the flying public in jeopardy.

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