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Missing Alaska pilot has crash history

The pilot missing for four days now along with three National Park Service employees in rugged terrain in Western Alaska has a history of questionable judgment calls, according to a lawsuit filed in Anchorage in 2009. Marco Alletto and his employer, Branch River Air Services, are in the process of being sued by a group of bear hunters who say the Italian-born pilot crashed not once, but twice during the same trip and, along the way, refused to call for help. ( More...

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Professional ... still w/license???
Good article. Ye gads. That hunting trip tirned sour, and fast. Some people just should not be pilots.Period.
chalet 0
Another Jack Roush?. Accident-prone piltos should be banned from any airspace even above their own homes, too dangerous.


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