Recovery efforts are continuing today for the wreckage of a 1981 Cessna Citation II that crashed into Lake Michigan soon after takeoff from Milwaukee late yesterday afternoon, killing all six aboard. The dead included two doctors and two specialists from the University of Michigan Health System, who were in Milwaukee harvesting human lungs for transplant.
AINalerts » June 5, 2007
North Carolina representative Cary Allred is sure enough that GE Honda Aero Engines is planning to build its new engine plant at Burlington-Alamance Regional Airport that he is publicly revealing the engine maker’s plans ahead of any formal announcement.
The FAA has published Notice N8900.4 containing additional guidance on OpSpec A008 and A002, which NBAA and the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) have been advocating for some time.
Next step for the pilots is their testimony in the case, scheduled to take place in Brazil on August 27. But while the judge has scheduled the pilots to testify at this time, the question remains whether they’ll be required to return to Brazil to do so. According to Joel Weiss, the attorney for the pilots, the issue comes down to an extradition treaty between the U.S. and Brazil.
American pilots Joseph Lepore and Jan Paladino were indicted Friday for their alleged part in the collision of their Embraer Legacy with a Gol Airlines Boeing 737 over the Amazon jungle last September in which all aboard the airliner died.