The U.S. Department of Justice last month indicted five Platinum Jet Management executives and a pilot on 23 criminal counts related to what it says are illegal practices that led to the 2005 Challenger 600 runway overrun and crash at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. The indictment names the Ft. Lauderdale-based charter/management company’s three cofounders: CEO Michael Brassington; his brother, Vice President Paul Brassington; and managing member Andre Budhan. Also named were charter ...

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