FAA implements air safety rule to prevent fuel tank explosions

The FAA has instituted a new safety rule to install nitrogen-pumping gear in jet engines. After investigating the 1996 explosion of TWA Flight 800, the FAA determined the flammable vapors built up in the tank could have been cleared with nitrogen pumps. The safety measure is estimated to cost $1 billion over 35 years.

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