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Helicopter crash on the coast of Norway kills 13

Thirteen people are presumed dead after a helicopter crashed west of the Norwegian city of Bergen.

Eleven of the 13 on board were Norwegian, one was British and the remaining one Italian. 227 more words


Avalanche fears over unauthorised Everest helicopter flights - Charles D'Alberto

Helicopter firms are carrying out unauthorised sightseeing flights over the upper reaches of Mount Everest, Nepalese officials say.

Sherpas have expressed concerns that vibrations caused by the helicopters could trigger avalanches. 683 more words

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Helicopter carrying at least 13 people crashes near Bergen in Norway - Charles D'Alberto

Several people have been found dead after a helicopter crashed west of the Norwegian city of Bergen with 13 on board, local media report.

There were initial reports of people in the sea, but a rescue official told broadcaster NRK that there were no signs of any survivors. 142 more words

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Joint Multi-role Demonstrators in Race to Starting Line - Charles D'Alberto

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WASHINGTON — In West Palm Beach, Florida, and Amarillo, Texas, two different aircraft are coming together in a sprint to the starting line of the Army’s much anticipated flight demonstrations of future helicopter concepts in 2017. 721 more words

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Neil deGrasse Tyson was wrong about falling helicopters - Charles D'Alberto

Last summer, Neil deGrasse Tyson caught the ire of helicopter enthusiasts all over the internet when he responded to an adorable video of a man driving his son to “get coffee.” 348 more words

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Drunken driver ran roadblock, hit helicopter at serious crash scene - Charles D'Alberto


“I really appreciate you keeping people like me off the street,” a 20-year-old man told troopers after drunkenly running a roadblock and crashing into a helicopter at the scene of a serious crash, the Florida Highway Patrol said. 300 more words

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Russia to supply a batch of Night Hunter helicopters to Iraq - Charles D'Alberto

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Russia will supply a batch of Night Hunter helicopters to Iraq, a source from the defense industry told Interfax-AVN on April 18.

“A batch of about 20 Mil Mi-28NE dual-control vehicles is being prepared for shipping,” he said. 37 more words

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