Two months after the fatal inflight breakup of a Bell 206L-1 and three weeks after the National Transportation Safety Board called for urgent inspections of the helicopters, the Federal Aviation Administration is still reviewing the issue, an agency spokesman told BA last week. The accident occurred April 4 when a 206L-1 owned by the West Virginia State Police crashed near Charleston, W. Va. Airport, killing the commercial pilot and a passenger who were on a positioning flight in ...

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