An MP has condemned as “unacceptable” the delay as victims’ families await answers about a fatal helicopter crash in Shetland more than five years ago.
Air accident investigators have salvaged a helicopter which plunged into a Western Isles loch but say it is “too early to come to any conclusions” as the the cause of the tragedy in which the pilot died.
Crash investigators have concluded that an increase in the wind speed contributed to a light aircraft crashing in a Moray field.
A 59-year-old pilot has died after the helicopter he was flying in crashed into a Western Isles loch.
A light-aircraft crash which killed two men who had just completed a charity climb of Ben Nevis was probably caused by poor visibility, an investigation has found.
The landing gear of a small private plane collapsed as it arrived at Kilfinichen private airstrip on the isle of Mull.
A passenger plane destined for Shetland plunged to an altitude of 1,100ft after it was struck by lightning.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch has concluded the Super Puma’s flight instruments were not monitored effectively during the latter stages of its approach into Sumburgh Airport on August 23, 2013.
An 81-year-old pilot had a lucky escape when the light aircraft he was flying crashed into a fence and landed on its roof.
The pilot of the helicopter that crashed into the Clutha pub killing 10 people failed to follow emergency procedures.
Survivors of the 2013 Super Puma crash which killed four oil workers have launched a damages claim worth more than £5million.