In a closed-door session at the Regional Airline Assn. annual conference in Salt Lake City that extended late into Tuesday evening, CEOs of a number of US regionals focused primarily on safety issues raised after the Feb. 12 Colgan Air Q400 crash that killed 50 people outside Buffalo, while the US Senate promised to conduct its own examination of regional safety. Yesterday, RAA President Roger Cohen said the industry will be assessing its systems and procedures to ensure that the highest ...

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