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Pilot in New York chopper crash not certified for bad weather: FAA


The pilot who died when he crashed his helicopter atop a Manhattan skyscraper was not licensed to fly the aircraft in bad weather, the Federal Aviation Administration said on Tuesday. (Reuters US News) More More

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