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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 07, 1996
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(Pensacola, Florida: Karla Davis) Investigation into the incident at the Pensacola, Florida, airport in which the engine of Delta Flight 1288 failed featured; animation shown of the plane on the runway. [NTSB board member George BLACK - comments.] The background of the Pratt and Whitney engine reviewed. [Flying magazine editor-in-chief Mac McCLELLAN - cites the danger of flying parts inside a plane.]

(No location given: Valeri Williams) Delta airline's recent financial cutbacks and the impact of its flight schedule record and required inspections reviewed. [Delta spokesman Bill BERRY - talks about cost cutting and safety.] [ABC News aviation consultant John NANCE - comments on maintenance standards.]

Davis, Karla;
Williams, Valeri

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