An easily preventable takeoff accident that turned a Gulfstream into a deadly fireball has led to revelations of systemic safety lapses within business aviation.  On May 31, 2014, Lewis Katz, a wealthy businessman, philanthropist and co-owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, flew with guests in his Gulfstream IV from Atlantic City, New Jersey, to Hanscom Field outside Boston to attend an education fundraiser hosted by historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, a longtime friend. Once the ...

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