Fatal air crash decline presents safety challenge
In this Feb. 12, 2009, Continental Airlines Flight 3407 operated by Manassas, Va.-based Colgan Air, plane burns after it crashed into a house in Clarence Center, N.Y. Safety experts say airline travel has become so safe in the United States it's hard to justify imposing costly new safety rules on the economically fragile industry.
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#1 Oct 19, 2012
What sap reporter printed this bit of airline management crap!?! Oh gee, hospital infections are down, why make them spend all that money on soap?
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