Mystery Still Shrouds Deadly Glasgow Helicopter Crash

Credit: EC135: Tim Felce
LONDON – A lack of inflight and cockpit data continues to shroud the cause of a police helicopter crash that killed 10 people in Glasgow, Scotland, in November 2013. The U.K. Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) says it is unable to establish why the experienced pilot of the Bond Air Services...

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