FAA relaxes United Airlines safety review

FAA relaxes United Airlines safety review

Thursday, 16 May, 2024 0

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has relaxed its airline safety oversight measures on United Airlines.

It means United can resume some of its certifications, such as bring in more aircraft and add routes.

Some certifiable activities were halted as the FAA increased scrutiny on United’s airline safety after a spate of near miss incidents.

The FAA started an official evaluation of its operations to find out if there were any safety gaps or maintenance issues.

United told staff in a memo it was able to restart certification activities, including starting new routes ‘after a careful review and discussion about the proactive safety steps United has taken to date.’

“We will continue to see an FAA presence in our operation as they review our work processes and facilities,” United said.


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