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Air Safety / Federal Aviation Administration / Ban Lift / Aviation Conference #156739

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 08, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) A report stating that the Federal Aviation Administration plans to lift the ban on ATR planes flying in icy conditions possibly as early as this week examined.

(Washington: Lisa Stark) A federal government aviation safety conference for airline executives meeting in Washington today following a five fatal crashes this year reported; scenes shown of the crashes. [Secretary of Transportation Federico PENA, Air Transport Association President James LANDRY, Senator Larry PRESSLER, aviation attorney Arthur WOLK - comment on the need for new safety standards and the slowness with which the Federal Aviation Administration reacts to problems.]

Simpson, Carole;
Stark, Lisa

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