Crew Did Not Monitor Instruments In Sumburgh Crash

Credit: Super Puma: USN
LONDON – A failure by helicopter pilots to monitor instruments and make use of onboard automated systems were key factors in the loss of a CHC Scotia-operated AS332L2 Super Puma off the Shetland Islands in 2013, U.K. crash investigators have concluded. Four oil workers died when the helicopter...

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