Aviation Safety Legislation

The Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Extension Act of 2010 (PL 111-216) was signed into law on August 1, 2010.  For a summary of the provisions included in this new law, please click here.

Who's Flying Your Plane?

Do you know who is really flying your plane? For more information on our campaign to raise awareness of the code-share practices exhibited by US airlines, click here

Show Your Support!

If you wish to show your support of our cause, please consider purchasing a red bracelet. Click here for more information.

Follow Us on Twitter

The Families of Continental Flight 3407 are now on Twitter! Click here to follow us

Join Our Email List

If you would like to be contacted regarding ways you can help our cause, please provide your email address below.

Email:
Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage PDF Print E-mail

Welcome to the website created and maintained by the family members of the victims of Flight 3407. Continental Flight 3407 departed Newark airport on Thursday, February 12 en route to Buffalo, New York. Approximately 5 miles from the airport, the airplane began experiencing problems and tragically crashed into the Clarence Center neighborhood just outside of Buffalo. 45 passengers, 4 crew members, 1 off-duty pilot, and 1 person on the ground perished in this horrible accident.

 

Share this post

Submit Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage in FaceBook Submit Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage in Twitter Submit Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage in Google Bookmarks Submit Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage in Delicious Submit Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage in Digg Submit Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage in Stumbleupon Submit Welcome to the Families of Continental Flight 3407 Webpage in Technorati