Apollo Beach, Florida — A reward is still being offered in the recovery of the last helicopter blade from a deadly crash in November 2012.
The Robinson Helicopter Company will pay $3,000 the the person(s) that locate a main rotor blade from the Robinson R22 helicopter that crashed in November. According to the company, it must be the major structure of the blade although any small debris related to the aircraft would be appreciated.
The location of the blade must also be recorded, preferably with GPS coordinates.
Click here for a revised map of the possible area the blade may be located.
Upon recovering the blade, notify an FAA Inspector at the Tampa Flight Standards District Office (630) 215-7449.