Rossair To Fly Soon After Fatal Crash

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Rossair To Fly Soon After Fatal Crash

Rossair To Fly Soon After Fatal Crash. An Australian based airline based in a fatal crash earlier this year will fly again. Rossair announced on Friday a joint venture with AusJet based in Victoria.

The company's CEO, Warren Puvanendren, said the partnership would allow the airline to resume services for SA's mining, energy and tourism industries.

"After a few challenging months, combining the fleet of both groups and experienced staff will allow us to begin servicing our customers immediately," Puvanendren said.

"We are proud of what this opportunity with Ausjet can offer to the market of the letter of the SA". A Rossair plane in a training exercise crashed in the Riverland in May killing three people, including the company's main driver.

An initial report from the Australian Transportation Security Office found that Cessna's conquest struck the ground nose first after taking off from Renmark Airport.

Chief pilot Martin Scott, 48, and pilot Paul Daw, 65, and Civil Aviation Safety inspector Stephen Guerin, 56, were killed in the crash. The ATSB is expected to transmit its full report within 12 months.