SAO PAULO -- The International Air Traffic Controllers Federation offered Brazil help in regulating its airspace after a deadly crash killed 199 last week.
However, Brazilian aviation officials Monday said they would handle the problem on their own, O Globo TV reported.
Last weekend, radar guiding planes over the Brazilian Amazon failed, forcing several flights from the United States to turn around and return home.
Last Tuesday, a commercial airliner skidded off the runway during heavy rains at Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo and slammed into a gas station, setting the plane on fire.
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