The Legacy 600 business jet that collided with a GOL Airlines 737 on Sept. 29 over the Brazilian jungle had been flying straight and level at 37,000 feet on a published airway for more than an hour before the crash occurred, the National Transportation Safety Board said Wednesday in an update on the accident. The three-page NTSB statement said visual meteorological conditions prevailed in the area of the accident and both aircraft were operating under instrument flight rules, on ...

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