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Gen Rawat’s Helicopter Crash By Bad Weather, No Conspiracy By External Factors: IAF Inquiry

Gen Rawat's helicopter crash happened due to the error of the pilot in cloudy weather as per the findings by the investigating team. The investigating team finds that " the accident was a result of entry into clouds due to an unexpected change in weather conditions. This led to spatial disorientation of the pilot resulting in a Controlled Flight Into Terrain CFIT". The investigating team reaches this conclusion after the analysis of the Flight Data Recorder and Cockpit Voice Recorder. Along with it, the team kept questioning the witnesses present near and on the spot of the accident. Helicopter's Crash IAF Inquiry Report : The International Air Transport Association (IATA), CFIT is denoted as accidents that occurs in-flight collisions with terrain, water, or another obstacle ...

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