US Servicewoman Mikayla Hayes, 24, has denied causing the death of a motorcyclist. She is accused of killing father-of-one Matthew Day while driving home from her base at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk on the A10 in Southery, Norfolk on August 26. Father-of-one Matthew Day died from his injuries after a red Honda Accord collided with his motorcycle.
The Judge previously ruled against a US Air Force assertion of jurisdiction, which means she will be tried through in an English court.
Ms Hayes, who is an Airman first class in the US Air Force spoke only to confirm her name and enter a not guilty plea.
She appeared in court with shoulder-length brown hair wearing a black trouser suit in the dock.
Judge Alice Robinson granted bail until December next year when Hayes will appear at Norwich Crown Court in a trial expected to last five to seven days.
Ms Hayes had been making the 30-minute journey from RAF Lakenheath to her home in Downham Market, Norfolk at the time of the incident.
Her barrister has previously argued that she was on duty at the time of the collision.
But Judge Tan Ikram at the time agreed with prosecutors saying Hayes was no longer on duty.
Outlining his decision, the judge said: “There is no additional payment for the journey home.
“There is no evidence the fuel for her journey was paid for by the US Air Force. She paid for the fuel herself.
“While I note that her accommodation was paid for by the US Air Force, I do not find that a factor as to whether she was on duty.
“She was simply traveling home after a day at work.”