Man charged in fatal crash on the ATSB’s new automated flight route

BERKELEY, Calif.

— Authorities in B.C. say a pilot has been charged in the fatal crash of an automated flight following an automated route.

Amber Taylor, 34, of Burnaby, was arrested on Monday, according to the B.A.C.’s aviation branch.

The pilot of an ATSBs Boeing 737 MAX jet was flown to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

Taylor was being held without bail and was scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday.

She has been on administrative leave from the airline since the crash, the BCA said in a news release.

In the latest crash, a B.P. Air plane operated by Bombardier Inc. landed on the same runway in Burnaby on March 29.

Bombardier says the flight landed safely, but the crash remains under investigation.

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