McMurray Aviation identifies flight instructor, student killed in crash
McMurray Aviation has confirmed the identities of the two people on board the Cessna 172, which collided with another plane near Fort McMurray on the evening of June 21.
June 24, 2015 By The Edmonton Journal
In a news release Tuesday evening, McMurray Aviation identified Nabeel Chaudhry, a flight instructor, and his student, Amjed Ahmed, as two occupants of the aircraft.
According to Alberta’s Transportation Safety Board, the Cessna 172 departed from Fort McMurray and was bound for the northeast practice area. The Cessna 185 departed from a lake in northwestern Saskatchewan and was bound for Fort McMurray. Both aircraft were based out of Fort McMurray. | READ MORE
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