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ID:

218

Date:

2004-09-03

Headline:

Pilot's license in jeopardy before fatal crash, records say

Reporter's name:

Michael Baker

Delay/denial:

No

Lawsuit:

No

Fees:

No

Media outlet:

The Oklahoman

City:

Oklahoma City, OK

Summary:

The pilot's license of an Oklahoma City man who crashed, killing himself and five others, was in the process of being suspended by the Federal Aviation Administration, according to documents obtained under FOIA by The Oklahoman. Among the allegations in the records are that the pilot nearly struck a Colorado mountain in 2003, crashed landed twice and had run an illegal charter business.

Keywords:

airplane crash, pilot's license, Colorado


Agencies:

FAA

States:

OK
TX

Categories:

air safety


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