Lymamn made the statment "Your proposal would basically kill corporate and general aviation"
Your incorrect, my proposal wouldn't actually kill a living soul and to digress might, maybe and just might keep people alive to fly another day... The only thing a 121 operations proposal would kill is the ability of part 91 operators to do so to their passengers. I ask again of the members here.. Not what is the longest flight you have flown, not why you like Airbus vs Boeing, and not why flight crews may argue and were they have sex on an aircraft
My question is what price do you pay, as a passenger, for safety and just because you might not be flying commercial should your business be any less valued in terms of saftey standards when you fly under part 91... This is a loaded question because the average guy that flies in with his family then books the C172 tour assumes that he is buying the same level of saftey... The big difference between 121 and 91 operations.... 121 is driven by policies and procedures written in blood while 91 ops is driven by the almighty dollar..
So weight in aviation drogues, I would be curious to read some respnses...
Plane Crashes in Mich., Killing All Aboard
Fri Feb 4,11:29 PM ET
U.S. National - AP
BERRIEN TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A small plane carrying four people crashed into a stand of trees in dense fog Friday, killing everyone aboard.
The twin-engine aircraft was on its way from Sheboygan, Wis., to Lebanon, Ohio, when it went down near a cornfield close to the Indiana line, about 15 miles from South Bend, Ind., authorities said. The cause of the crash was under investigation.
Jim True, who runs a nearby boat-rental business, said he gave some firefighters a ride to the crash site just after hearing the plane go down. He said all that was left were small pieces of sheet metal on the ground.
"I didn't see anything that resembled an airplane. There was nothing there," he said.
Officials at Plymouth Foam in Plymouth, Wis., identified the victims as the company co-owners and brothers Scott Roberts and Vance Roberts, its vice president Mike Borzcik and the pilot Paul Riddle.
Please oh please Mr Moderator Nazi, dont delete my thread.