NTSB Calls For Stricter Oversight Of Part 91 Ops

Two pilots and five passengers were killed when an historic B-17G crashed at Bradley International Airport near Hartford, Connecticut, on Oct. 2, 2019. Credit: NTSB
The NTSB is calling for stricter FAA oversight of commercial passenger-carrying flights conducted under Part 91 general aviation rules, including moving all air tours under Part 135 operating requirements. During a March 23 virtual meeting, NTSB board members made six safety recommendations after...

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