American Airlines sabotage saga: What we know and safety questions answered
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The arrest of a veteran American Airlines mechanic this week for allegedly sabotaging a plane at Miami International Airport an hour before takeoff in July sparked condemnation by the airline and its mechanics union Friday — and raised troubling safety concerns for travelers.

And there was a major new development: the 60-year-old mechanic was fired from Alaska Airlines a decade ago, after a series of “missteps that led to multiple FAA investigations” and later unsuccessfully sued the airline for discrimination, according to a report by Business Insider.

American Airlines sabotage saga: What we know and safety questions answered

American Airlines mechanic accused of trying to sabotage flight in Miami

 



The American Airlines mechanic charged with sabotaging a plane was previously fired from another airline

American Airlines Mechanic Accused of Sabotaging Flight

Mecánico de American Airlines, acusado de intento de sabotaje de vuelo con 150 personas a bordo

 

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