2nd safety board report raises concerns for flying in British Columbia mountains
from The Vancouver Sun
A second report by the federal Transportation Safety Board in less than a month is raising concerns about lack of pilot training and experience for those flying in British Columbia's mountains. "In both reports, the issue of a lack of standards for mountain flying is a contributing factor," safety board regional manager Bill Yearwood confirmed in an interview. "If you lack knowledge and training, the risk is higher."
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