NTSB: Hanscom GIV Crash Involved ‘Intentional, Habitual Noncompliance’

Credit: Gulfstream IV
At its Sept. 9 final public hearing on the May 31, 2014, Massachusetts crash of a Gulfstream IV that killed its seven occupants, the NTSB faulted pilot performance as well as FAA certification practices. The accident chain at Hanscom Field outside Boston began in good weather that night, with what...

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