NTSB Rules On 2014 King Air B200 Crash In Wichita

Credit: Kansas.com
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has ruled that the probable cause of the fatal Oct. 30, 2014, crash of a King Air B200 into the FlightSafety International training center in Wichita was the pilot’s “failure to maintain control of the airplane after a reduction in left engine power”...

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