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After Hawaii crash, NTSB calls for inspection of helicopters

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Paradise Helicopters aircraft went down on Wednesday, June 8 in Kalea. A preliminary investigation revealed the tail boom separated from the fuselage. Bell 407 requires torque inspections every 300 flight hours, but the NTSB is calling on all operators to conduct inspections as soon as possible.
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After Hawaii crash, NTSB calls for inspection of helicopters

Federal officials investigating a helicopter crash in Hawaii are urging U.S. and Canadian regulators to require immediate inspections of Bell helicopters that are commonly used by air tour operators, law enforcement and air ambulances.

2 months ago·United States
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After Hawaii crash, NTSB calls for inspection of helicopters

By The Associated Press U.S. safety officials are calling for immediate inspection of certain Bell helicopters based on findings from their investigation into a crash in Hawaii. The National Transportation Safety Board said Friday that U.S. and Canadian regulators should require immediate inspections of hardware used to attach the tail booms to the fuselage on Bell 407 helicopters. The safety board says one of the hardware fittings used to attac…

2 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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After Hawaii crash, NTSB calls for inspection of helicopters

By The Associated Press U.S. safety officials are calling for immediate inspection of certain Bell helicopters based on findings from their investigation into a crash in Hawaii. The National Transportation Safety Board said Friday that U.S. and Canadian regulators should require immediate inspections of hardware used to attach the tail booms to the fuselage on Bell 407 helicopters. The safety board says one of the hardware fittings used to attac…

2 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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After Hawaii crash, NTSB calls for inspection of helicopters

Federal officials investigating a helicopter crash in Hawaii are urging U.S. and Canadian regulators to require immediate inspections of Bell helicopters that are commonly used by air tour operators, law enforcement and air ambulances.

2 months ago·Canada
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After Hawaii crash, NTSB calls for inspection of helicopters

Federal officials investigating a helicopter crash in Hawaii are urging U.S. and Canadian regulators to require immediate inspections of Bell helicopters that are commonly used by air tour operators, law enforcement and air ambulances.

2 months ago·Honolulu, United States
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After Hawaii crash, NTSB calls for inspection of helicopters

Federal officials investigating a helicopter crash in Hawaii are urging U.S. and Canadian regulators to require immediate inspections of Bell helicopters that are commonly used by air tour operators, law […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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