FAA denies Brazil's request to revoke U.S. pilot licenses

05/7/2010 | Google

The Federal Aviation Administration denied a request by Brazilian politicians to revoke the pilot's licenses of two Americans. The Brazilians had requested the FAA revoke the licenses of New York pilots Joseph Lepore and Jan Paladino after their Embraer Legacy jet collided with a Boeing 737 over the Amazon in 2006. The National Transportation Safety Board blamed the collision on Brazil's air traffic control system.

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