Reali Taxi Aerea responsible for 8 More Dead
The Learjet 35 that crashed on November 4 in SÃ£o Paulo, Brazil, is responsible for the death of at least eight people. The SÃ£o Paulo-based Reali Taxi Aerea Learjet was attempting to return to Campo do Marte Airport just after takeoff in light rain. It slammed nose first into a suburban neighborhood. The deceased include the pilot, copilot and at least six people in the residential neighborhood.
The head of Brazilâ€™s National Civilian Aviation Agency, Milton Zuanazzi, resigned in October after two recent aviation accidents: the July crash of a TAM Airbus at Congonhas Airport and the September 2006 midair between a Gol Airlines Boeing 737 and an Embraer Legacy 600.