A Learjet 35A was on final approach and in a high bank angle before it crashed May 15 into a commercial building and parking lot short of Runway 1 of Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. The aircraft’s captain and first officer died in the accident. No one on the ground was injured. Three buildings and 16 vehicles were damaged by impact or fire. The aircraft was registered to A&C Big Sky Aviation and operated by Trans-Pacific Air Charter, according to the National Transportation ...

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