Daily Memo: The High Costs Of Inadequate Safety Assessments

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Credit: NTSB
A series of errors contributed to the October 2019 overrun of a PenAir Saab 2000 at Alaska’s Unalaska Airport that killed one passenger. The NTSB pointed to mistakes made during a landing-gear overhaul as the probable cause. But a deeper dive by investigators pointed to insufficient safety analysis...

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