The Feb. 2, 2005 accident in which a chartered Challenger business jet ran off the end of a runway at the Teterboro, N.J. Airport (TEB) "was as sloppy an operation as we've seen" in quite some time, National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Mark Rosenker said last week. Rosenker's assessment of the accident - in which the fully loaded airplane departed the airport property, crashed into a warehouse and caught fire - came after investigators described a litany of mistakes and poor ...

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