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07 January 2010

FAA increases oversight of American Airlines after three landing mishaps

After three American Airlines landing mishaps in December 2009, including two MD80s that experienced wingtip strikes, and a 737 that overran a runway in Jamaica, the FAA announced that it was increasing its oversight of the airline.'s Dr. Todd Curtis was one of the airline safety experts interviewed by National Public Radio for the January 5, 2010 broadcast of the NPR show Morning Edition.
Listen to the interview
Details on 22 December 2009 American Airlines crash in Jamaica
American Airlines plane crashes

1 comment:

  1. For the hundreds and thousands of people who fly American Airlines or ANY other airline for that yourselves the favor that may actually come in handy while you're flying those skies above and save your life...pick up the book The Plane Truth From An American Airlines Flight Attendant and find out exactly the "REAL" reasons WHY these safety compromised breaches are happening...And just who Am ask? Just the 35 year veteran American Airlines Flight Attendant who wrote the book and has been living in American Airline's world of forced retirement". Ah...But what do I know about all this...right American Airlines Corporate?