A site called Rural Geek had an interesting article today regarding the Crash of the Turkish Boeing Plane, the FAA and more. Please follow the link for the full story. -GFS

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Dumb Luck Although the FAA would have everyone believe that “We are currently in the safest period in commercial aviation history” (Statement of Lynn Osmus, Acting Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration, on the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009, Before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Aviation, February 11, 2009), it’s only because there hasn’t been a big body count from an airline crash in the United States; not because there haven’t been any crashes; nor because of any methodical or measured approach to flying safety. A crash in Amsterdam on February 25, 2009 highlights what is a foolhardy and dangerous approach to correcting problems with aviation safety.

 

Link to Original: http://www.ruralgeek.com/wpblog/?p=955

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