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C-TU206 Non-Fatal Buckeye, AZ October 19, 2008

Posted by on Oct 19, 2008 in 2008, AZ, Buckeye, C-206 Turbo-Charged, C-U206, Collisions Other, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine | 0 comments

The pilot of a Piper L-4 airplane reported that shortly after he started the taxi roll from the parking area, he initiated a shallow turn toward the taxiway. As he reached the taxiway he steered to follow the centerline, however, the airplane continued to turn to the right. He reported, in part, that the left brake inputs were not responsive and the airplane continued to the right and collided with a standing occupied Cessna.

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C-182C Fatal Mid-Air Marana, AZ March 15, 2002

Posted by on Mar 15, 2002 in 2002, AZ, C-182, Collisions Other, Fatal, Fatal Single-Engine, Marana | 0 comments

A US Army Pilatus UV-20A collided in midair with a Cessna 182C during parachute jumping operations. The collision occurred about 4,800 feet msl (2,800 feet agl) on the northeast side of runway 12 abeam the approach end. Both aircraft had made multiple flights taking jumpers aloft prior to the accident. The Pilatus departed runway 12 about 5 minutes prior to the Cessna’s departure on the same runway.

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PC-6 Fatal (1) Porter Mid-Air Marana, AZ March 15, 2002

Posted by on Mar 15, 2002 in 1, 2002, AZ, Collisions Other, Fatal, Fatal Single-Engine, Marana, PC-6 Pilatus Porter | 0 comments

A US Army Pilatus UV-20A collided in midair with a Cessna 182C during parachute jumping operations. The collision occurred about 4,800 feet mean sea level (msl) (2,800 feet above ground level (agl)) on the northeast side of runway 12 abeam the approach end. Both aircraft had made multiple flights taking jumpers aloft prior to the accident. The Pilatus departed runway 12 about 5 minutes prior to the Cessna’s departure on the same runway.

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