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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Fort Lauderdale, Florida) Push for regulation of pilots of ultralite aircraft due to high fatality rate and poor safety record of crafts examined; films shown. [Ultralite salesman John STRUCKMAN - cites need for self-regulation before Federal Aviation Administration grounds ultralites.] Current fatality and accident rate for ultralites and their pilots noted. [Representative Dan GLICKMAN - thinks Federal Aviation Administration needs to take ultralites more seriously.] [Ultralite manager Bruce GRAY - supports design and safety standards for craft.] Current Federal Aviation Administration attitude described. [Pilot Sandy COOPER - defs. right to die in ultralite.]
REPORTER: Jim McManus
- McManus, Jim;
- Rather, Dan
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