Auditors say all Newark flights arrive with adequate fuel levels in 2007

04/21/2008 | (U.K.)

All aircraft landed with the required FAA minimum fuel levels at Newark Liberty International Airport in 2007, according to government auditors. This information is part of a DOT inspector general's report which also discloses that while the number of "low" fuel warnings by pilots arriving at the airport increased last year, "emergency" fuel warnings decreased.

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