It is a sad truism in aviation that certain accidents serve as watershed events, not only jarring the industry to sit up and take notice but often changing the way we do things. One of those events, which has intensified federal oversight of FAR Part 135 charter operations, was the Feb. 2 Challenger 600 runway excursion at Teterboro, N.J., Airport (TEB) (see B&CA, ``Intelligence,'' March, page 12, and April, page 26), which resulted in serious injuries to a crewmember and persons ...

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