AAIB confirms helicopters collided mid-air in Taman Melawati

PETALING JAYA: The Air Accident Investigation Bureau's (AAIB) preliminary report of its investigation into a crash involving two helicopters in Taman Melawati in November confirms that a mid-air collision did occur and investigators are now ascertaining how it happened and how it could have been prevented.

The bureau, which comes under the Transport Ministry, also revealed that the two Guimbal Cabri G2 helicopters, registered as 9M-HCA and 9M-HCB, had maintained a distance between 50m and 120m of each other at all times.

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