Death by government? 

September 1, 2006

In response to the crash of Comair Flight 5191 (47 dead), the government-run air traffic control system is saying it isn’t responsible for being sure that a plane is on the right runway. Mmmmm, let’s think about that. Meanwhile, the Federal Aviation Administration is admitting that only a single traffic controller was staffed at the time of the accident, even though their safety policies require a minimum of two. I wonder if a private firm, one that could be sued by the families of 47 dead passengers, would be so blithe about cutting corners and shirking responsibility? Until someone figures out who is responsible for putting a plane on the correct runway, I’m thinking it might be wise to minimize flying in the US.


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