FAA says owner of World War II bomber that crashed at Bradley, killing seven, did not take safety seriously and can no longer carry passengers

Ernest “Mac” McCauley, a veteran pilot who volunteers with the Collings Foundation, is shown in July working on one of the engines of the Collings Foundation B-17G Flying Fortress bomber at Spokane International Airport. The aircraft, with McCauley in the pilot’s seat, crashed at Bradley International Airport in October, killing seven and injuring seven.(Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

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