The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) last week cited poor pilot decision-making, fatigue and inadequate crew resource management (CRM) as factors in the July 31, 2008, crash of an East Coast Jets Hawker Beechcraft 125-800 at Owatonna Degner Regional Airport in Minnesota, and the board’s report on the crash includes 14 recommendations. The probable cause of the accident, NTSB says, was “the captain’s decision to attempt a go-around late in the landing roll with insufficient ...


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