Copter ‘did not lose power’
Air accident investigators probing the Shetland Super Puma crash revealed yesterday that both engines were delivering power until the aircraft hit the sea.
They also confirmed they had found no evidence that the loss of the helicopter had been caused by technical failure.
But an interim report by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) on the tragic accident that claimed four lives said analysis of the “black box” flight data recorder was continuing.
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