Miscommunication and poor ground crew briefing resulted in a long-line and load snagging on a B407 at take off causing a crash.
The absence of a policy of landing with a specific minimum fuel quantity was a key factor in a survey helicopter’s loss of power and collision with trees near Whitecourt, AB in 2016.
Cockpit confusion, a rushed approach, procedural deviations and a design flaw featured in a fatal turboprop LOC-I accident in Luxembourg in 2002.
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