FAA Fine Again Brings Colgan’s Operating Practices To The Fore

Colgan Air’s operating practices are again in the spotlight following the FAA’s decision to fine the U.S. regional for breaching minimum rest rules on 17 specific occasions in an eight-month period that encompasses the fatal crash of one of its Bombardier Q400s in Buffalo, N.Y., in early 2009. The...

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