Papillon Airways, the company that operated the sightseeing helicopter that crashed in the Grand Canyon Feb. 10, killing five tourists, says it is adding crash-resistant fuel systems to its helicopter fleet. According to the Associated Press, Papillon Airways announced an agreement Monday, Feb. 26, with StandardAero for40 crash-resistant fuel tanks that will help minimize the risk of explosion and fire in a crash. The Papillon helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon last month killed three British tourists on or shortly after impact. Another two tourists died in a Las Vegas hospital from extreme burn injuries they suffered several days after ... Read More
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