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How 'pilot pressure' leads to fatal aircraft crashes in Alaska and Outside - An investigative report into the events behind the crash of an Alaska State Troopers helicopter that killed three people last year sheds light on pilots pressured to fly in less-than-ideal circumstances -- and offers few solutions to the problem.
Report on fatal chopper crash paints troubling picture of Alaska State Troopers' pilot safety protocol - An NTSB report on the crash that killed a well-regarded Alaska State Trooper pilot and two others in March of 2013 raises questions about the culture of safety within the troopers' aircraft section.
Bootlegging case raises questions for Alaska pilots flying into dry communities - A Fairbanks air taxi pilot busted for a bootlegging jaunt could lose his plane, even though all he did was fly a customer from point A to point B. Here's a cautionary tale for Alaska pilots about why it's wise to get nosy about your cargo.
Search for answers begins in plane crash that killed 4 in Southwest Alaska - As the small Southwestern Alaska community of Mountain Village was still reeling from a plane crash Friday that killed several of its residents and left others injured, some of the survivors of the crash were improving in Anchorage, and investigators arrived in St. Marys to examine the crash site.