NTSB seeks flight instructor monitoring after deadly crash

FILE - In this June 22, 2019 file photo, the charred remains of a skydiving plane that crash on Oahu's North Shore are shown near Waialua, Hawaii. (Dennis Oda/Honolulu Star-Advertiser via AP, File)

NTSB investigator Elliott Simpson, right, briefs NTSB member Jennifer Homendy in 2019 at the scene of a skydiving plane crash at Dillingham Airfield in Waialua, Oahu. (National Transportation Safety Board/via AP File)

HONOLULU — Federal safety investigators said Thursday that the pilot of a skydiving plane that crashed in 2019, killing all 11 people on board, had not received training to become a competent pilot.