This month marks the fourth anniversary of the Clutha helicopter tragedy which killed 10 people, including the crew. But no date for an FAI has been set.
Ian O’Prey, who lost son Mark, 44, in the Clutha crash, fears he won’t live long enough to see an inquiry.
The 71-year-old, of Cambuslang, Glasgow, said: “We never seem to know what’s going on or hear of any progress.
“In the last communication I had from the Crown Office, they said they’re pursuing the matter further. That is one letter in the past year or so. I just find it so exasperating.
“If there is an FAI, I hope I live long enough to see it. I seem to say that every year.”