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On the basis of the results of a recent audit, Southwest Airlines, and the FAA may have some explaining to do.
According to a report published by the government, and that the FAA was lax in its oversight of Southwest Airlines. The report also offers a harsh criticism of the airline.
A spokesman for Southwest, told Fox News that, on the basis of the report is “adamantly disagree” with the “poor links to the south-West, from the safety and security of the world.”
The Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Transportation revealed the details of the audit available on its website. According to them, the FAA will not be effective oversight of Southwest Airlines’ systems for managing safety risks.
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According to their report, they say that Southwest Airlines is on a regular basis, and frequently communicated with the incorrect aircraft weight and balance information to the pilot.” She also said that the airline operates the aircraft in an unknown, shall be able to say that they are set to 17.2 million passengers in danger.”
In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for Southwest Airlines, said: “the West does have a culture of compliance, in recognition of the Safety and security of our operation is the most important thing we can do. We are considered as one of the world’s most admired companies, as well as maintain an unparalleled safety and security. The success of our business depends, in and of itself, to the Safety and security of our operations, and we are working on improving each and every day, each and every suggestion that we would not tolerate a relaxation of the standards, it is absolutely without merit.”
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The statement continued, “The success of our business depends, in and of itself, to the Safety and security of our operations,” King added, “while we are working on improving each and every day, each and every suggestion that we would not tolerate a relaxation of the standards, it is absolutely without merit.”
The report also stated that the FAA will accept the carrier, with the justification that it is the nature of the problems identified were the low-security risks.” Also, the FAA is reported to have is not with the inspectors, with the appropriate guidance on the assessment of the risk estimate, or in the south-West of the company’s safety culture. According to the report, “As a result, the FAA does not provide assurance that the carrier is at the highest level of safety in the public interest, as required by the law.”
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A spokesman for Southwest, told Fox News that, on the basis of the report is “adamantly disagree” with the “poor links to the south-West, from the Safety and security of the world.”
She continued, “during the Audit, the IGO will also take a look at some of the operational challenges that have been addressed over the past year—and especially our Weight & Balance program, and the compliance work is in pre-owned aircraft. The IGO, in the collection of the data for the control, shut down last fall, and ever since that time, we are proud to announce that we have made significant progress on the two primary operations of the items listed in the report.”
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She continued to explain that every one of the 88 pre-owned aircraft referred to in the report and have recently published a comprehensive head-to-tail inspection, or are still in the inspection phase.
The statement concluded, “to Our friends, our family, on board of our planes, and not a single one of us would be a little over their safety and the mission of all of us together.”