NTSB: For-Hire Part 91 Ops Need More Scrutiny

Many operators fly paying customers but lack FAA commercial safety standards or oversight.

The National Transportation Safety Board in March formally asked the FAA to enhance a series of safety requirements for some revenue passenger-carrying flight operations conducted under FAR Part 91 as general aviation flights. Labeling existing standards for such flights “inadequate,” NTSB Chairman Robert L. Sumwalt said the current regulatory scheme “exposes customers to unnecessary risks.”  […]
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