The Australian Transportation Safety Board (ATSB) has found “several areas of interest” in the engine turbocharger and the fuel used on the Brisbane Skydiving Centre’s Cessna 206 that crashed in early January shortly after take-off, killing four passengers and the pilot. The aircraft featured a 350hp (260kW) Lycoming TIO-540 turbocharged engine. The ATSB says it has found no defect with the engine, but is conducting further examination of the turbocharger and fuel.

Source: Flight International