Aviation News

January 19, 2013

London Pedestrian Died Of Burns In Helicopter Crash

More articles by »
Written by: AFP
Tags: , ,



Blaze killed pedestrian in London helicopter crash (via AFP)

A pedestrian caught up in the London helicopter crash died from severe burns, police said Friday as they announced the official causes of death for the passer-by and the pilot. The post-mortem results on the two men killed in Wednesday’s crash were given as work continued to remove the mangled wreckage…




About the Author

AFP





 
 

 
One of the two British Airways A318s at the gate in Shannon, Ireland.

Flying Back to the Future Aboard the British Airways Airbus A318

Once the Concorde was retired in 2003, British Airways began looking for a new way of quickly getting premium passengers across the pond. The solution came in the form of an odd combination of resources.
by Jason Rabinowitz
 

 
 
A construction crane at St. George Wharf Tower stands crippled after being hit by a helicopter in London. (Photo by David Holt via wikimedia, CC-BY-SA)

Two Killed As Helicopter Hits Tower Crane In Central London

Two people were confirmed dead after a helicopter crashed in London on Wednesday.
by BNO News
0

 

 
A Columbia Helicopters Boeing Vertol BV-234 Chinook helicopter (N241CH) seen in Peru. (Photo by Columbia Helicopters)

Seven Killed As American Helicopter Crashes In Peru

Five Americans were among the seven killed when a Columbia Helicopters BV-234 Chinook went down in central Peru.
by BNO News
0

 
 
East River Helicopter Crash map. (Map by NYCAviation/Google Maps)

East River Crash Helicopter Was Overweight: NTSB

A Bell 206B helicopter may have been overloaded when it crashed and killed three people in 2011.
by admin
0

 
 
Robinson R44 Raven helicopter similar to the accident aircraft. (Photo by Arpingstone via wikimedia)

Helicopter Missing Near Moscow Was Carrying Infamous Businessman

A helicopter carrying at least 3 people, including notorious Russian businessman Fedor Tsarev, went missing Sunday.
by BNO News
0