“Bush Plane” informally refers to small airplanes that are flown in an out of unimproved landing areas, and operated over rough or remote terrain. Due to the nature of bush plane operations, accidents are more frequent than in other modes of aviation travel. Krutch Lindell attorneys are familiar with remote operations and the dangers that come along with them. Aircraft loading, landing site selection, and mountain flying are three areas in which inexperienced pilots or inadequate aircraft can contribute to accidents in the backcountry. Krutch Lindell attorney Jimmy Anderson is a FAA-certified pilot who flies in the Pacific Northwest in and out of these unimproved areas and all of the attorneys at Krutch Lindell have handled bush plane accidents.