Published in Lab Law Weekly, March 13th, 2009
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cannot assure the public that the airplane has been thoroughly tested before approval for airline service, that Colgan Air has the training procedures in place to assure that crews can safely fly in icing conditions, or that a crew of average ability (the FAA standard) can handle meteorological conditions of less-than-severe icing.
Until answers about the cause of the 12 February 2009 crash can be definitively provided by the National Transportation Safety Board...
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