The federal government has indicted six people associated with the Feb. 2, 2005, accident when a chartered Challenger 600 failed to take off from Teterboro Airport and ran off the runway, through a fence, across a highway and slammed into a building. The accident triggered an FAA audit of now-defunct Platinum Jet Management that revealed it had a licensing agreement with Darby Aviation to use the Challenger and its FAR Part 135 certificate, but that Darby was to keep operational control of ...

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