The pilot and two medical staff were enroute to pick up a patient at night at Douglas County Hospital in deteriorating weather. But when the pilot couldn’t see the airport, he executed a procedure to go around and make another try. Read more →
The National Transportation Safety Board says an airline pilot’s low experience flying helicopters probably contributed to a crash at Lino Lakes that killed two people last October.
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The whereabouts and reasons for the disappearance of a Lakeville pilot will remain a mystery. Read more →
Cold medication, an overloaded plane, and faulty instruments caused Alexander Georg Obersteg, 47, of Steinfeld, Germany, to crash into Lake Superior off Brighton Beach in June 2014, the NTSB said. Read more →
The National Transportation Safety Board didn’t waste much time concluding its investigation into how this airplane ended up like this at South St. Paul’s Fleming Field a few weeks ago. Read more →
It took almost a year, but the National Transportation Safety Board has completed its investigation into an incident at Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport last year in which a taxiing Delta 757 clipped another jet that had been pushed back from its gate. Read more →
An emergency landing on a highway near Hawley, Minn., Tuesday turned out OK. But it’s clear from the photos that the driver is lucky to be alive. Read more →
The NTSB said the pilot likely lost control after its canopy opened in flight, but it says it cannot determine whether wake turbulence from a jet landing at St. Cloud airport had anything to do with the crash. Read more →
The National Transportation Safety Board says the cause of a plane crash in Caledonia, Minn., that killed three men will remain a mystery.
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It’s not going to take the National Transportation Safety Board long to figure out why a helicopter crashed in Osage, Minnesota, last month while it was spraying for mosquitoes. Read more →
A heart problem probably is responsible for a plane crash near Mankato, Minn., last spring that killed a pilot, the National Transportation Safety Board has revealed. Read more →
Some close call airplane collisions go unnoticed. Here’s one. Read more →
A new documentary on a plane crash 17 years ago must have the National Transportation Safety Board rattled, because the NTSB today announced an unusual background briefing next week in the crash of TWA Flight 800. “The TWA Flight 800 investigation remains one of the NTSB’s most extensive and exhaustive investigations; the final report includes Read more →