THE NTSB'S INVESTIGATION into the Oct. 25, 2002, King Air 100 approach crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-Minn.) and seven others resulted in four recommendations to the FAA seeking tighter oversight of FAR Part 135 training. The Safety Board also suggested development of low-speed warning systems for airplanes engaged in commercial carriage. Wellstone, several members of his family and campaign staff and the two Aviation Charter, Inc. pilots died when the St. Paul to Eveleth, ...
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