– The National Transportation Safety Board last week cited pilot mismanagement for the June 4, 2007 crash of a Cessna Citation 550, N550BP, into Lake Michigan. Both pilots and four passengers aboard the Part 135 operation were killed. Operated by Marlin Air, the aircraft was carrying a human organ for a transplant operation in Michigan. NTSB described the weather as “marginal visual meteorological conditions” at the surface and instrument meteorological conditions aloft. The flight ...
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