The NTSB on Tuesday is scheduled to make its final report on the fatal crash in February 2009 of a Colgan Air commuter flight near Buffalo, N.Y., but experts are still uncertain how best to prevent such accidents in the future. The NTSB is expected to examine issues related to pilot training, management and professionalism, as well as "personal wireless technology" use in the cockpit. Meanwhile, family members of crash victims have been lobbying Congress for stricter laws on pilot fatigue.

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