FAA agrees it must boost safety oversight for Southwest Airlines



A government audit meanwhile is ripping what it calls the Federal Aviation minutes administrations lax oversight of Southwest Airlines a report from the transportation department's inspector general says south west continues to fly planes with safety concerns and that the Federal Aviation Administration isn't doing enough to oversee the airline the I. G. says the airlines phone more than one hundred fifty thousand flights using jets that were bought used the FAA's says inspectors found potentially serious gaps in southwest process for verifying the condition of the planes but the I. G. is saying the FAA hasn't given its inspectors enough guidance on risk assessments southwest says it has taken steps to address the report's

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