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U.S. FAA investigates Southwest over baggage weight discrepancies

WMAL 630AM |
1 year ago
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Dot com. Southwest Airlines is mom regarding an investigation for allegedly underreporting. Baggage wait, the FAA says disparities between reported an actual weight varied from a few dozen pounds to up to one thousand pounds and inaccurate accounting of baggage weight loaded onto aircraft could pose safety risks. The Wall Street Journal. Reports a year long civil probe into the company reportedly found significant systemic errors in calculations of baggage weight and loading pilots. Use that information