Tylor Johnson of Flyiton Ag. in Oslo, MN tragically dies in ag aviation accident, NAAA expresses condolences.

By | September 22, 2023

Tylor Johnson, a member of Flyiton Ag., passed away in an ag aviation accident in Oslo, MN. The National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA) expressed their condolences and provided a link to Tylor’s full obituary for those who wish to offer their condolences.

[Image: Tylor Johnson – Obituary]

Oslo, MN – The National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA) deeply regrets to inform the public of the tragic passing of Tylor Johnson, a dedicated pilot from Flyiton Ag., who lost his life in an ag aviation accident earlier this month. The NAAA extends its heartfelt condolences to Tylor’s family, friends, and loved ones during this difficult time.

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Tylor Johnson was a highly skilled pilot with Flyiton Ag., a respected agricultural aviation company based in Oslo, MN. Known for his passion for flying and commitment to his work, Tylor was well-respected within the aviation community. His skills and expertise in ag aviation were widely recognized, and he was admired for his dedication to ensuring the safety and success of his missions.

Although the exact cause of the accident that claimed Tylor’s life remains unknown at this time, the NAAA and relevant authorities are conducting a thorough investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident. The aviation community is anxiously awaiting the results of this investigation, which will shed light on the tragedy and potentially prevent similar accidents in the future.

Tylor’s obituary, along with an opportunity to offer condolences, can be found on the NAAA’s official website. Friends and acquaintances of Tylor have been sharing fond memories, expressing their sorrow, and offering support to his grieving family through various social media platforms.

The loss of Tylor Johnson has left a void in the agricultural aviation industry. His dedication, professionalism, and unwavering commitment to safety will be deeply missed. The NAAA and the entire aviation community stand together in mourning the loss of this remarkable individual.

As investigations into the accident continue, the NAAA urges all ag aviation pilots and operators to prioritize safety above all else. The association remains steadfast in its commitment to promoting safety measures and providing resources to enhance the well-being of the agricultural aviation community.

Once again, the NAAA extends its sincerest condolences to Tylor Johnson’s family and loved ones during this difficult time. May his legacy as a skilled pilot and his contributions to the ag aviation industry be remembered and celebrated..


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