Officials: Plane Overloaded, Not Certified for Commercial Use

The plane that crashed in Montana Sunday killing 14 people was overloaded, did not have a cockpit voice recorder or flight data recorder and wasn't certified to carry commercial passengers, investigators confirmed today. National Transportation Safety Board Acting Chairman Mark Rosenker emphasized at a briefing Monday morning that there is unlikely to be a quick answer as to what caused the fatal crash. The Pilatus PC-12, a high-end, single-engine turbo prop, was flying from Oroville,...Full Story
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