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Cessna 182G Non-Fatal Salisbury, NC November 28, 2015

Posted by on Nov 28, 2015 in 2015, C-182, Loss of Aircraft Control, NC, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, Salisbury | 0 comments

According to the pilot of the tricycle landing gear equipped airplane, he was performing skydiving operations. He reported that he felt rushed in performing his assigned duties because, “the skydiving school kept wanting me to return quicker for the next load.”

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C-208 Non-Fatal Raeford, NC August 18, 2012

Posted by on Aug 18, 2012 in 2012, C-208 Caravan, Loss of Aircraft Control, NC, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, Raeford | 0 comments

According to the pilot, during the landing on a grassy area that was parallel to the paved runway, the airplane touched down and impacted a ditch near an intersecting taxiway. The airplane became airborne, touched down on the other side of the intersecting taxiway, bounced again, and then landed hard on the nose gear, which resulted in substantial damage to the fuselage and subsequent collapse of the nose landing gear.

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B-90 Non-Fatal Louisburg, NC July 8, 2007

Posted by on Jul 8, 2007 in 2007, Beech King Air 90, Louisburg, NC, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Multi-Engine, Tail Strike | 0 comments

The pilot began descending when he thought all jumpers had departed the airplane, but 1 jumper remained. The remaining jumper realized the airplane was descending but was too late to stop his exit. After exiting the airplane he contacted the horizontal stabilizer and broke the femur of his left leg.

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C-182A Non-Fatal Siler City, NC July 02, 2002

Posted by on Jul 2, 2002 in 2002, C-182, Ferry, NC, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, Siler City | 0 comments

The pilot stated that he had recently purchased the airplane in Deland, Florida, and was ferrying it to Southeast Greensboro Airport, Greensboro, North Carolina. He said that he was enroute to the Siler City Municipal Airport, Siler City, North Carolina, for a scheduled fuel stop, and was approaching the airport at an altitude of about 5,500 feet, when the engine ceased operating.

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C-182 Non-Fatal Parkton, NC January 7, 2001

Posted by on Jan 7, 2001 in 2001, C-182, Fuel Starvation, NC, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, Parkton | 0 comments

The flight departed with approximately 20 gallons of fuel in each fuel tank and offloaded skydivers at 10,500 feet, then descended to return with the throttle at idle, the fuel/air ratio leaned; and carburetor heat applied. At 2,000 feet, the pilot began to level off and, “realized I was having engine trouble and began my emergency procedures for an engine failure at altitude….”

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DHC-6 Fatal (1) Raleigh, NC July 31, 2000

Posted by on Jul 31, 2000 in 1, 2000, DHC-6 Twin Otter, Fatal, Fatal Multi-Engine, Ferry, NC, Raleigh | 0 comments

The flight had proceeded without incident until a visual approach was made to the destination airport, but a landing was not completed because of poor visibility due to ground fog. The pilot then requested vectors to another airport, and was advised by ATC that he was below radar coverage, and he could not be radar identified. The pilot stated he would proceed to a third airport;

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C-182 Non-Fatal Raeford, NC July 19, 1994

Posted by on Jul 19, 1994 in 1994, C-182, Engine Failure, Fuel Contamination, NC, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, Preflight, Raeford | 0 comments

AFTER FUELING THE AIRCRAFT, THE PILOT OBSERVED ‘A LOT’ OF WATER IN THE FUEL, WHEN CHECKING THE SUMPS. HE SHOOK THE WINGS, AND AGAIN OBSERVED WATER. HE ALLOWED THE AIRCRAFT TO SIT FOR ABOUT AN HOUR, THEN HE CHECKED THE SUMPS AGAIN. HE DRAINED WATER UNTIL NO MORE WATER WAS OBSERVED. AT ABOUT 200 FEET AGL, DURING THE INITIAL CLIMB, THE ENGINE QUIT.

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