FAA: Efforts help improve safety on U.S. commuter airlines

Closer oversight of pilot training and efforts by carriers to identify and track weak pilots have succeeded in improving the safety of U.S. commuter airline service, according to the FAA. The agency stepped up efforts to improve safety after safety issues were exposed following the February 2009 crash of a turboprop airplane near Buffalo, N.Y., that killed 50 people.

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