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The National Transportation Safety Board made public more than 3,000 pages of its investigation into Atlas Air Flight 3591 on December 19. 
That flight was carrying Amazon and US Postal Service cargo, and was contracted by Amazon. 
The NTSB made no final report from the documents, but interviews point to oversights in training and hiring at Atlas. 
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The National Transportation Safety Board made public more than 3,000 pages of its investigation into Atlas Air Flight 3591 on December 19. 

Three people, including two Atlas Air employees and one Mesa Airlines employee riding in the plane’s jump seat, died in the February 23 crash. Called CustomAir Obsession, the plane was contracted to Atlas Air by Amazon, and was carrying Amazon and US Postal Service cargo. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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