Guest JetboxJockey Posted April 6, 2016 Report Share Posted April 6, 2016 It is the only reason this happened. The customer didn't reach up and put the cyclic inputs in for the pilot. This is an issue. The "ride" is being in a helicopter. This is a tool of the job not a toy. I don't hear about taxi drivers doing donuts with customers on board. I have seen videos of these guys on Instagram doing these types of things this year. It the management isn't aware they aren't looking and don't care to. This could have killed 7 people. Heli ski is already dangerous enough. That why you need high time to deal with the pressure from the guides and customers so why is the blame being deflected to the clients and customers when we are supposed to have the experience to say no? Time to put on about big boy pants and run this like a long term career/business and not so you get free drinks at the lodge that night... @16,000 + hrs. one would hope that the driver had learned to say NO at some point while accumulating those hrs. The video speaks for itself. One can only wonder how many more accidents TRK's insurance can endure. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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