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Resource ID: #14343
Subject: Aviation
Source: Scene (Nashville, Tenn.)
Date: 1997-10-23



Federal regulations require that by the year 2003, every DC-9 aircraft in the U.S. be equipped with a special device to muffle its engine's noise. Nashville Scene learns that these devices, called hush kits, may not be safe. Also uncovered is an apparent cover-up by FAA officials concerning the kit's alleged safety problems.

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