Deadly Georgia Plane Crash Flown By Unlicensed Pilot
A federal agency has found the pilot of an experimental aircraft that crashed in south Georgia last week, killing all five people on board, was not licensed to fly. The National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary accident report released on Tuesday, that the extent of pilot Waylon Boatright's flying experience is unknown because he did not have a pilot certificate and no pilot logbook was recovered. The report said Boatright's RV-10 single-engine plane was destroyed on Sept. 16 after "an uncontrolled descent" in Alma, Georgia, about 100 miles southwest of Savannah.
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