Most of PSA Airlines’ fleet is “temporarily grounded” by the FAA, major cancellations

PSA Airlines (American Eagle) (subsidiary of American Airlines) has been “temporarily grounded” by the Federal Aviation Administration for an inspection issue on nearly all of its planes according to CNN.

Over 230 flights has already been cancelled so far.

PSA Airlines largely operates from the Charlotte, Washington (Reagan National) and Philadelphia hubs.

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According to CNN, “American Airlines said that most of PSA’s 130 aircraft had been pulled from service “out of an abundance of caution” to perform a “necessary, standard inspection” of the nose landing-gear doors.”

Photo: Syracuse Airport.

PSA Airlines issued this statement:

Most of our aircraft have temporarily been removed from service to complete a standard inspection. We’re working to resolve the issue and sincerely apologize to our customers for the inconvenience.