It is a rare opportunity for investigators to interview surviving passengers who observed their pilot’s actions during an accident sequence that destroyed their aircraft, killed the pilot and seriously injured others. But such was the case with the U.K. Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) study of circumstances surrounding the loss of a Raytheon Beechcraft Super King Air 200 that crashed into a shallow lagoon immediately after departure from North Caicos Airport, Turks and Caicos ...

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