CHC Looks To Automation After Shetlands Crash

Credit: Tony osborne/AW&ST
Helicopter operator CHC Scotia is encouraging greater use of automation in its flights in the wake of the Aug. 23 crash of a Super Puma as it approached a Shetland Islands airport. CHC is urging crews to “default” to the use of onboard automated systems after U.K. air-accident investigators reported...

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