US National Transportation Safety Board tells business aviation to sharpen up its act
by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty Source: Flightglobal The US National Transportation Safety Board has issued a list of recommendations that effectively tell business aviation operators and pilots to smarten up their act. If the Federal Aviation Administration accepts the NTSB recommendations, it will issue basic instructions to on-demand charter and corporate operators to ensure that their crews are provided with standard operating procedures and follow them, and that their pilots should be required to use the same checklists on the line as they use in training. [Full story]
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