Atlantic Southeast Airlines, a major regional carrier for Delta Air Lines, grounded 60 of its 110 50-passenger jets last month after an internal audit raised safety concerns. The groundings caused some flight delays for passengers flying ASA. A paperwork audit raised questions about whether the engines on Bombardier CRJ200 jets had been properly inspected according to the guidelines provided by the engines’ manufacturer. ASA reported the problem to the Federal Aviation Administration and grounded the planes so they could re-inspected as a precautionary measure. The airline provides air service to Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile in our state.
Source: Associated Press
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