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FAA satisfied, PBA resumes flights

Provincetown-Boston Airline Inc. put several of its commuter planes back into service Sunday for the first time since the Federal Aviation Administration grounded it for safety violations Nov. 10.

With operations and maintenance manuals updated and reapproved and new training programs in place, PBA now is ''the most-inspected airline in the nation,'' FAA spokesman Jack Barker said in Atlantia.

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