Bright Lights, Big Dogfight
ARE THE FLASHING LIGHTS on airliners too dim to prevent collisions? Federal regulators are pushing the airlines to boost the candlepower of their fleets' strobe lights by Sept. 1. But the carriers are resisting, saying stronger lights aren't needed and are too expensive: They would cost the ailing industry an extra $40 million yearly.
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