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reversal (NTSB, 1996).Did the (BEA), the French Bureau Enquetes Accidents, agree with the report?The BEA agrees with most of the report. In volume two of the accident, whichallows the BEA’s input on the investigation, the communication between the DGAC and the FAA was complied with in regard to all of the previous icing incidents with this style of aircraft (NTSB, 1996). It is to be expected that each country will try to maintain integrity between their transportation safetyadministration.Do you agree with the recommendations? In this case, references are not required.Absolutely I agree with the recommendations. All regulations and operations should be revised constantly. After constantly reviewing regulations and programs, someone will come up with a better and more productive way howto about something of this nature that will save time and cost less. Ensuring proper communication between two foreign nations and companies is vital tothe safety onboard aircrafts. Many different countries have looser safety requirements than other countries, which is why communication is importantin scenarios such as this.References:National Transportation Safety Board (1996). In-Flight Icing Encounter and Loss of Control Simmons Airlines, D.B.A. American Eagle Flight 4184 Avions de Transport Regional (ATR) Model 72-212, N401AM Roselawn, Indiana October 31, 1994, Volume 1: Safety Board Report. Retrieved from ?verifier=eEw3L3HtTSffGDCrBTkxJVKdOb4h3mH7tnM9I5vx&wrap=1
National Transportation Safety Board (1996). In-Flight Icing Encounter and Loss of Control Simmons Airlines, D.B.A. American Eagle Flight 4184 Avions de Transport Regional (ATR) Model 72-212, N401AM Roselawn, Indiana October 31, 1994, Volume II: Response of Bureau Enquetes-Accidents to Safety Board’s Draft Report. Retrieved from (NTSB, 1996).

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