In an update with the media, Saturday the Transportation Safety Board released more details about the crash that killed former premier Jim Prentice and three other people.
Beverly Harvey, the investigator in charge, said “the aircraft was not equipped with, nor was it required to carry a cockpit voice recorder or a flight data recorder or a flight data recorder.”
“However the team will be reviewing any electronic components on the aircraft from which we can retrieve any data to help understand the flight profile,” Harvey said. “The initial examinations suggests the aircraft was destroyed from high deceleration forces after a vertical descent. There were no emergency or distress calls made. No emergency locator transmitter signal was received.”
Harvey said she “would like to have this investigation completed within one year.”
In a release, the Board outlined the following as the next steps in the investigation:
With files from Global News.