Contractors hired by the National Transportation and Safety Board work to remove parts of the King Air that crashed into the roof of the FlightSafety building last week. The damage to the building and the simulators it housed will affect training for Cessna pilots.
Contractors hired by the National Transportation and Safety Board work to remove parts of the King Air that crashed into the roof of the FlightSafety building last week. The damage to the building and the simulators it housed will affect training for Cessna pilots. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle file photo
Contractors hired by the National Transportation and Safety Board work to remove parts of the King Air that crashed into the roof of the FlightSafety building last week. The damage to the building and the simulators it housed will affect training for Cessna pilots. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle file photo

Plane crash at FlightSafety building will hinder training on some Cessna aircraft

November 04, 2014 05:36 PM