Shades of Roselawn?
That accident moved all the "commuters" from 135 to 121.
I wonder how this is going to play out, as I'm sure all the carriers have had revisions to their operations manuals, and the inspectors all reviewed all the applicable FARs and the 8900.
It will be interesting to see what shakes out.
The big questions:
1) Did, in fact, the inspectors approve all the training programs in accordance to the standards set forth by the Agency?
2) If the first question is answered in the affirmative, what does this hold for the FARs, the 8900, and the approval process as we know it today?
3) If the first question is answered in the affirmative, will there be the comparison to the "major" carrier training programs that have had recent accidents, or will there be an overhaul of the entire training system similar to when the CRM programs were introduced?