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Despite Special Federal Aviation Regulations, Commercial Air Tour Operators in Hawaii Still Have Fre

On the night of December 26, 2019, a Safari Helicopters ASTAR B2 helicopter carrying one pilot and six passengers went missing off the coast of Kauai. The wreckage was found on the morning of the 27th. Victims of the crash continued to be recovered. Unfortunately, air tour operations in Hawaii have a checkered history. In the early 1990’s the air-tour industry in Hawaii was booming. Both helicopter and airplane pilots flew without concern for minimum safe altitudes. Between 1991 and 1994 there were five fatal accidents (with 24 deaths) and 14 non-fatal accidents. On July 14, 2012, two more helicopters crashed (one accident was fatal, and one was not). On September 22, 1994, the Federal Avia

Jimmy Anderson Interviewed by Q13 News on Representing Victims of Aviation Accidents

Q13 Fox's Jennifer Lee interviewed Krutch Lindell attorney Jimmy Anderson on his past experience representing aviation accident victims as part of a story on Boeing's decision to suspend production of the 737 Max. Due to his unique experience as a pilot and an attorney, Jimmy often serves as a legal analyst for news outlets reporting on aviation accidents and other issues affecting the aviation industry. The full story is available on Q13's website.

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