Senate Subcommittee Hears Testimony From FAA Officials On Airlin - Stock Image

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WASHINGTON - APRIL 10: (L-R) COO of Air Traffic Organization of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Hank Krakowski, FAA Associate Administrator for Safety Nicholas Sabatini, U.S. Department of Transportation Inspector General Calvin Scovel, III, President of Professional Aviation Safety Specialists Tom Brantley, and Vice President of Operation and Safety of Air Transport Association Basil Barimo, testify during a hearing before the Subcommittee on Aviation Operations, Safety, and Security of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation April 10, 2008 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The subcommittee held a hearing on 'Aviation Safety Oversight' after Southwest Airlines and American Airlines ground their flights because of safety issues. (Photo by Alex Wong)
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