New Plane Travel Policy Proposed at Oklahoma State

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New Plane Travel Policy Proposed at Oklahoma State
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma State's governing board is set to vote Friday on policy changes that were recommended after women's basketball coach Kurt Budke and three others were killed on a recruiting trip last year. The policy will require aviation consultants to pre-approve any private aircraft to be used by university staff, not just coaches. It prohibits anyone from flying on official university business on any plane that hasn't been approved through a process that will include reviewing the aircraft's history and inspections.

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