Metal Fatigue Most Likely Cause of Norwegian EC225 Crash

Credit: EC225: Airbus Helicopters
LONDON—Norwegian investigators believe metal fatigue is now the most likely cause of a fatal offshore helicopter crash in April. Metallurgical examinations of parts from the epicyclic module of the main gearbox from the CHC Helikopter Service-operated Airbus Helicopters EC225/H225, which crashed on...

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