NTSB Faults Pilot, Blasts FAA For Hawaii Crash

The Safari AS350B2 that was later destroyed in the 2019 crash.
Credit: Tomas Milosch
The pilot’s decision to continue flying under visual flight rules into deteriorating weather conditions caused the December 2019 fatal crash of a Safari Aviation sightseeing helicopter in Hawaii, the NTSB said May 10 in a probable cause finding that faults the FAA for poor leadership and oversight...

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