Riverina pilot Dan Slennett has died in hospital after being critically injured in a helicopter crash at Conargo last week.
A NSW police statement said Mr Slennett, aged 34 from Griffith, died on Monday.
Mr Slennett's family had earlier posted on social media that his life support would be turned off and they would donate his organs.
"Shortly after 11am on July 31, officers from Murray River Police District were called to a property on Carrathool Road, Conargo, following reports a helicopter had collided with power lines," a NSW police statement said.
"The pilot, a 34-year-old man from Griffith, was briefly trapped inside the helicopter while crews worked to clear the power lines.
"The pilot was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics, before being flown to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a critical condition.
"Despite the efforts of emergency services, the man passed away earlier today."
Mr Slennett's friends in Carrathool have described him as a "good bloke" and a likeable character who was sincere and genuine.
The crash site is currently under the control of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau and a report will be prepared for the Coroner.