FAA Investigation finds Mammoth Airport compliant with federal regulations

The Town of Mammoth Lakes has announced a positive outcome of a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) investigation relating to an allegation by a former employee that the Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) failed to carry sufficient amounts of fire suppressing agent and failed to notify air carriers of the insufficient amounts in October 2010.

A letter sent by the FAA to the Town, while lengthy in its discussion of the history that led to the complaint and the applicable requirements, concludes with a statement that the investigation has been closed after “[the FAA] has given consideration to all available facts” and “corrective actions were taken by the airport.” – TOML
Details to follow.