ValuJet Airlines Logo
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ValuJet Airlines, later known as AirTran Airlines after merging with AirTran Airways, was an American ultra low-cost airline, headquartered in unincorporated Clayton County, Georgia, that operated regularly scheduled domestic and international flights in the Eastern United States and Canada during the 1990s. The company was founded in 1992 and was notorious for its sometimes dangerous cost-cutting measures. All of the airline’s planes were purchased used from other airlines, very little training was provided to workers, and contractors were used for maintenance and other services. The company quickly developed a reputation for its relaxed safety. In 1995, the military refused ValuJet’s bid to fly military personnel over safety worries, and officials at the FAA wanted the airline to be grounded. The crash of Flight 592 in 1996, which was caused by illegally stored hazardous materials on board, spelled doom for the airline.