US National Transportation Safety Board will hold a two-day symposium Oct. 26-27 on the safety implications of airline codesharing. The event follows its investigation into the February 2009 crash of a Colgan Air Q400 operating as a Continental Connection codeshare flight under the CO designator. The program includes representatives from US major and regional airlines, international airlines, FAA, ATA and IATA as well as family members of persons killed in codesharing accidents involving ...

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