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Safety Recommendation Details

Safety Recommendation A-94-085
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Synopsis: ON OCTOBER 26, 1993, ABOUT 1552, N82, A BEECH SUPER KING AIR 300/F (BE-300/F, OWNED BY THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) AND OPERATED BY THE ATLANTIC CITY (ACY), NEW JERSEY, FLIGHT INSPECTION AREA OFFICE (FIAO), WAS DESTROYED WHEN IT CRASHED INTO MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN NEAR FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA. THE THREE FLIGHT CREWMEMERS ABOARD RECEIVED FATAL INJURIES.
Recommendation: THE NTSB RECOMMENDS THAT THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION: ESTABLISH MINIMUM STANDARDS OF OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE FOR MANAGERS AND EXECUTIVES WHO ARE IDENTIFIED AS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OR OVERSIGHT OF THE FAA FLYING PROGRAM.
Original recommendation transmittal letter: PDF
Overall Status: Closed - Acceptable Action
Mode: Aviation
Location: FRONT ROYAL, VA, United States
Is Reiterated: No
Is Hazmat: No
Is NPRM: No
Accident #: DCA94GA010
Accident Reports: Controlled Flight into Terain Federal Aviation Administration Beech Super King Air 300/F, N82
Report #: AAR-94-03
Accident Date: 10/26/1993
Issue Date: 4/21/1994
Date Closed: 6/23/1995
Addressee(s) and Addressee Status: FAA (Closed - Acceptable Action)
Keyword(s): Oversight

Safety Recommendation History
From: NTSB
To: FAA
Date: 6/23/1995
Response: THE BOARD NOTES THAT THE FAA HAS ADOPTED THE QUALIFICATION SPECIFIED IN 14 CFR 135-39 AS REQUIRED FOR MANAGERS & EXECTIVES RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT & OVERSIGHT OF THE FAA'S FLIGHT PROGRAMS. THEREFORE, THE BOARD CLASSIFIES A-94-85 "CLOSED--ACCEPTABLE ACTION."

From: FAA
To: NTSB
Date: 7/20/1994
Response: THE QUALIFICATIONS SPECIFIED IN 14 CFR 135.39 HAVE BEEN ADOPTED AS THE QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED OF MANAGERS & EXECUTIVES RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT & OVERSIGHT OF THE FAA FLIGHT PROGRAMS. THESE STANARDS ARE SET FORTH IN THE FAA FLIGHT OPERATIONS MANUALS. THE AIRCRAFT OVERSIGHT EXECUTIVE WILL ENSURE THAT THE FAA FLIGHT PROGRAMS ARE MANAGED & OPERATED TO THE STANDARDS EXPECTED OF AIR CARRIER ORGANIZATIONS.