The Oct. 14, 2004, crash of a Pinnacle Airlines CRJ200 during a repositioning flight was owing to "unprofessional behavior, deviation from standard operating procedures and poor airmanship" on the part of the cockpit crew, "which resulted in an inflight emergency from which they were unable to recover," the US National Transportation Safety Board stated in a report issued yesterday. Both pilots were killed when the aircraft, which was en route from Little Rock to Minneapolis-St. Paul, ...

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