NEW YORK (Reuters) – The pilot who died when he crashed his helicopter atop a Manhattan skyscraper was not licensed to fly the plane in unhealthy climate, the Federal Aviation Administration mentioned on Tuesday.
Officers stand on 787 seventh Ave a day after a helicopter crashed into the constructing in New York Metropolis, New York, U.S., June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
Tim McCormack, the pilot, was the one particular person aboard when the helicopter crashed on Monday afternoon with sufficient pressure to jolt staff of the finance and regulation corporations housed contained in the 50-floor tower in midtown Manhattan.
McCormack was flying over one of many nation’s densest city…