In The News Posted May 30, 2017 Share Posted May 30, 2017 The NTSB this week released a preliminary report on the fatal Learjet crash in Teterboro two weeks ago, in which two pilots were killed. While approaching the airport, the crew started to turn toward the assigned runway later than usual, the safety board said. The airplane didn't start to turn until it was less than 1 nm from the approach end of Runway 6, but aircraft typically start the turn at the final approach fix, which is about 3.8 nm from the runway. View the full article Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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