U.K. Air-Show Deaths Prompt Regulators to Review Aerial-Display Rules

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The damaged remains of the fuselage of a Hawker Hunter fighter jet are lifted by crane on Aug. 24, 2015 in Shoreham, England.

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Britain’s aviation regulator curbed flying displays by vintage jets and said it will revisit rules governing air shows following a crash involving a 1950s Hawker Hunter warplane that police say killed as many as 20 people.

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