Comair Flight Carrying 50 Crashes in Ky.

Full story: The Associated Press

A Comair flight carrying 50 people crashed a mile from Lexington's airport Sunday morning shortly after takeoff, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

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Naughty steward Azz

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Oct 31, 2006
 
FAA, NTSB, Republicans, freqent flyers....we, pilots, flight attndants need momre sleep. coffee and bagels do not get us through a 14 hour day four daze in a row..........impeach John Kerry
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Nov 2, 2006
 
Naughty steward Azz wrote:
FAA, NTSB, Republicans, freqent flyers....we, pilots, flight attndants need momre sleep. coffee and bagels do not get us through a 14 hour day four daze in a row..........impeach John Kerry
WHY DONT YOU JUST SHUT UP - YOU ALWAYS POST TOTAL CRAP ALL OVER THIS FORUM -- WITH NO REAL THOUGHT AS TO WHAT YOU ARE WRITING --- COMMENTS ABOUT PASSENGERS FELLOW WORKERS ARE OUT OF LINE ---- GROW UP!
PILL BILLY

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May 4, 2012
 
Died of an overdose
Thomas J Ruthaford Jr III

Mount Vernon, WA

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Oct 31, 2012
 
I heard that this one filed a flight plan. Too bad, they were doing great up until then.
Brakes

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Nov 1, 2012
 

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flygirl73_mco wrote:
<quoted text>Which brings me again for the 3rd time to my question for all you pilots out there, is 400 hrs enough flight time to safely operate an RJ? Anyone have an answer for me? How much flight time is required at regionals now? And about my contract, don't worry...lol...the company is in the process of getting a new one for us as we speak.:-( But did you know that even United's per diem is only $1.50 per hr? I was shocked.
I would rather fly with a 400-hour pilot in an RJ than a 400-hour pilot in a King Air. As far as piloting skill, flying a twin recip or turbo-prop is much more demanding than a light or medium jet.

That said, all 400-hour pilots are not created equal. Some have more MEL, night, and instrument experience.

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