The aircraft Whitmer used to travel to Florida during the pandemic does not have the federally-issued, FAA-required certificate to operate a charter flight.
"Every one of these pilots needs to go buy a lottery ticket right now," said Arapahoe County Sheriff's Deputy John Bartmann.
Saturday's fatal accident came one month after the center was ordered to pay $40 million in connection with a fatal jump there in 2016.
The man was detained by law enforcement after Flight 2349 landed at Logan International Airport in Boston on February 14.
The federal agency's chief signed an order Wednesday to tighten enforcement procedures "in the wake of recent, troubling incidents."
Despite risk being a part of the thrill of skydiving, the USPA only reported 15 deaths out of 3.3 million jumps in 2019.
A series of test flights will take place in order to ensure that the aircraft is safe enough to return to service.
The Hollywood legend has had some close calls while piloting aircrafts over the years.
Though forecasts predict some rainfall along the West Coast and over Georgia and Florida during the weekend, most of the country should see clear conditions throughout the busy holiday travel period.
The family had gone for a traditional Thanksgiving hunting trip, reported the East Idaho News.
The accident adds to the growing list of gender reveal catastophes including the death of a grandmother, the torching of 47,000 acres of land, and the fiery demise of a car.
In the messages obtained by Reuters, the airline's chief technical pilot, Mark Forkner, describes problems with the MCAS anti-stall system, which was linked to both deadly crashes of the 737 Max 8 plane
"FAA's official responses to Congress appear to have been misleading in their portrayal of FAA employee training and competency," a report from the Office of the Special Counsel said.
United released a memo telling its pilots to cut themselves off at least 12 hours before flying. The FAA standard is eight hours before flying.
Boeing has continued to produce the 737, which was grounded internationally after a series of fatal crashes, forcing the company to get creative.
"Enough is enough. Chao is allowing corporations to run roughshod over American safety," said Lizzy Price, spokesperson for Restore Public Trust.
Tweeting early Monday, the president offered his own strategy to help Boeing following two deadly crashes.
Unlike its regulatory counterparts, the Federal Aviation Administration has not grounded the aircraft, which crashed twice in the past five months.
Concerns have been raised about Boeing's reach into the highest levels of government.
"We urge you to take the necessary steps to immediately end the shutdown of government agencies that is affecting the safety, security and efficiency of our national airspace system."
The pilots of at least three separate aircraft encountered an unidentified flying object above southern Arizona and New Mexico last month.