Expert: Copter in Grand Canyon crash more likely to explode

The Federal Aviation Administration granted the Hualapai Tribe an exemption nearly two decades ago to regulations on flight times, routes and total trips because the rules would harm the tribe’s economy, which relies on the busy flow of tourists. Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters, which flew the …

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