It was no Airbus A320 landing in the Hudson River, but the sight of a private plane, which had just taken off from Teterboro Airport, skidding across Route 46 in NJ and then crashing into a warehouse was definitely something else four years ago. Now, the Star-Ledger reports the U.S. Attorney's office has charged a charter company with "misrepresenting itself to customers as a certified charter operation." The feds say Platinum Jet Management "falsified flight records and routinely overloaded planes with fuel at airports where it was cheaper to top-off the tanks," and assistant U.S. Attorney Ralph J. Marra said, "It is astounding -- and criminal -- that owners and operators of jet aircraft would repeatedly engage in such a dangerous game with passengers and airplanes loaded to the brim with jet fuel. What this indictment alleges is an anything-goes attitude by the defendants to get their planes in the air and maximize profits without regard to passenger safety or compliance with basic regulations."