Airlines object to FAA proposal for older jets

09/20/2006 | MSNBC

Airlines oppose a proposal by the Federal Aviation Administration that would change the way structural fatigue is managed in older planes. The new rules include strict criteria for determining life limits for commercial planes. The Air Transport Association, in a filing, said the rule is unjustified and should not be finalized. Airlines also say the FAA underestimated the cost of complying with the program.

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