The National Transportation Safety Board and the Brazilian Aeronautical Accident Investigation and Prevention Center last week presented sharply differing views of the events that led to the Sept. 29, 2006 midair collision involving an Embraer Legacy 600 and a GOL Boeing 737 over the Amazon, with the Brazilian agency continuing to point to the ExcelAire crew piloting the Legacy and the U.S. investigators citing Brazil’s air traffic control system. NTSB said it had “no substantial ...
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