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Pilots of the Super Puma misunderstood their location during an overwater approach to a North Sea helideck.
by Linda Werfelman
The NTSB says intensified efforts are needed to find the cause of incidents of severe vibration in R44s.
The NTSB blames an overemphasis on ‘getting the job done’ for helping create the weak safety culture that led to a fatal crash. By Linda Werfelman An organizational culture…
by Flight Safety Foundation
A fatal S-92A crash prompts a TSB call for action to keep large transport helicopters running for at least 30 minutes without main gearbox oil.
The NTSB cites misstatement of empty weight as a cause of a fatal S-61N crash; the operator disagrees.
The S-76 crashed, killing eight people, after a hawk shattered the windshield and curtailed fuel flow to both engines.
All five people in the LongRanger died when the helicopter crashed in IMC.
The pilot flew the R44 low and slow on the Western Australia sightseeing flight.
Efforts of the International Helicopter Safety Team seem to be producing results.
by Douglas W. Nelms
A Foundation-backed project will use FOQA data to fight HEMS safety risks.