SPOTLIGHT: FAA plans new rules for hospital EMS flights

Since a spike in medical helicopter crashes that took place in December 2007, the FAA has been considering new rules designed to make such flights safer. The FAA should have new versions of the rules available in 2010. Earlier this week, the Flight Safety Foundation outlined 26 major risks in the structure and oversight of the medical flight industry. Article

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