Federal investigators said the safety culture of an Alaskan flight tour company and one of its pilots were directly responsible for the crash of a sightseeing floatplane near Ketchikan in June 2015. The plane crash killed the pilot and eight cruise-ship passengers taking a shore excursion. On April 25, a panel of four National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators unanimously found that Promech Air pilot Bryan Krill’s decision to continue flying the de Havilland Otter plane visually into poor weather instead of flying instrumentally was one cause of the plane crash. But Robert Sumwalt, the NTSB’s acting chair, told the ... Read More
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