NTSB: CFI’s Need More FAA Oversight

The Safety Board's investigation into a 2019 fatal crash reveals poor student pass rates may mean substandard instructors.

As a result of its ongoing investigation into the fatal June 21, 2019, crash of a Beech A90 King Air after takeoff from a Hawaiian parachute operation, the NTSB is issuing three recommendations to the FAA calling for increased oversight of flight instructors, especially those CFIs with “substandard student pass rates.” According to the NTSB, […]
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