Former TSB investigator says cyclones should be grounded until cause of helicopter crash is known

Former TSB investigator says cyclones should be grounded until cause of helicopter crash is known 1

 

Former TSB aviation investigator Bryce Fisher says the entire cyclone fleet should be grounded until the cause of the crash has been determined.

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7 Comments on "Former TSB investigator says cyclones should be grounded until cause of helicopter crash is known"

  1. This was the helicopter money helicopter

  2. kevin lawrence | April 30, 2020 at 4:42 PM | Reply

    they have already been grounded.

  3. Canadian Armed forces are well know for buying junk… like those subs.

    • Justin Marion | April 30, 2020 at 7:04 PM | Reply

      We should build our own! We built the arrow! Jobs for Canadians and better eqipment for soldiers and jobs for Canadians!

  4. 1dashcamboatsandcars | April 30, 2020 at 4:53 PM | Reply

    Sikorsky

    same company that made the very unpredictable seaking. Basicly a new helicopter from them that sucks.

  5. They should be taken out of service, there older then dirt. Time for new, not newer and spend billions to upgrade the electronics

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