The O'ahu Parachute Company, the owner of the plane that crashed and killed eleven people in Mokuleia last month did not have a skydiving permit.

Documents released by the state shows the company was not in good standing with the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs and not a registered tenant for the state land it occupied.

However, it did have a permit for a company under a different name dating back to 2010. Two weeks before the deadly crash at Dillingham Airfield the state sent a permit application for skydiving operations demanding appropriate documents and nearly $30,000 in fees.

Five days after the crash the state revoked its 2010 permit and evicted O'ahu Parachute Company from state land.