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Plane crash in Connecticut originated from Teterboro

A prop plane that took off from Teterboro Airport crashed into two homes, as it tried to land in Connecticut.

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Famed B-17 ‘Flying Fortress’ graces Teterboro Airport’s weekend Wings and Wheels Expo

North Jerseyans looking to the skies above Manhattan on Friday afternoon may have caught glimpse of something rarely seen in nearly 70 years: a B-17 “Flying Fortress” roaring over the skyscrapers.

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Federal indictment charges that over-fueling scheme led to 2005 Teterboro jet crash

2005 Teterboro Airport crashTETERBORO, N.J. - The captain of an ill-fated flight from Teterboro Airport which crashed upon takeoff in 2005 has been named in a 27-count indictment, charging a series of crimes against him and his alleged co-conspirators, all members of now-defunct charter jet company Platinum Jet Management LLC.

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Teterboro Airport 5K on Saturday, July 18 to benefit United Way

Teterboro Airport
Teterboro Airport
The Teterboro Airport 5K road race, which benefits Bergen County's United Way, will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2009 beginning at 8:30 a.m.

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Charter jet company executive admits using unqualified pilot for 2005 Teterboro crash

Teterboro Airport jet airplane crash of 2005
2005 Teterboro crash
TETERBORO, N.J. – The director of charters of a now-defunct luxury charter jet company - who booked and dispatched a flight from Teterboro Airport which crashed on takeoff in 2005 - pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a conspiracy to defraud charter customers and brokers and to impede and obstruct the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Co-founder of charter jet company admits running commercial flights out of Teterboro without license

Teterboro Airport crash of 2005
2005 Teterboro crash
TETERBORO, N.J. - One of the co-founders and managers of a luxury charter jet company that operated a flight from Teterboro Airport which crashed on takeoff in 2005 pleaded guilty today to a conspiracy to defraud charter customers and brokers, and to impede and obstruct the FAA, admitting he and his conspirators booked and flew roughly 100 illegal flights for more than $1 million, Acting U.S. Attorney Ralph J. Marra, Jr. announced.

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