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C-U206 Non-Fatal Skiatook, OK August 13, 2016

Posted by on Aug 13, 2016 in 2016, C-206 Turbo-Charged, C-U206, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, OK, Skiatook | 0 comments

On August 13, 2016, about 1100 central standard time, a Cessna TU206B airdrop configured airplane, N29225, registered to the pilot and operated by Gypsy Moth Skydive LLC of Benton, Kansas, sustained substantial damage during a forced landing after a loss of engine power while maneuvering in the vicinity of Skiatook, Oklahoma. All seven occupants, the private pilot and six passengers (parachutists), sustained minor injuries.

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C-208 Supervan Non-Fatal Virdigris, OK March 24, 2015

Posted by on Mar 24, 2015 in 2015, C-208 Caravan, Maintenance Flight, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, OK, Virdigris | 0 comments

On March 24, 2015, about 1459 central daylight time, a Cessna 208B, N106BZ, collided with terrain and trees during an off airport forced landing in Verdigris, Oklahoma. The force landing was a result of a loss of engine power during an en route climb. The airline transport rated pilot received minor injuries and the passenger was not injured. The airplane was substantially damaged. The aircraft was owned and operated by the pilot under the provisions of 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 as post maintenance test flight. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed for the flight and it is unknown if a flight plan was filed. The flight originated from the Tulsa International Airport, Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 1441.

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C-182A Non-Fatal Skiatook, OK October 12, 2011

Posted by on Oct 12, 2011 in 2011, C-182, Fuel Exhaustion, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, OK, Skiatook | 0 comments

The pilot reported that he was descending to land after his final flight of the day. The airplane was about 1,500 to 1,700 feet above ground level and about 1.25 miles from the airport when the engine lost total power. The pilot made an emergency landing to an open field, and the airplane sustained substantial damage to the fuselage.

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C-182A Non-Fatal Claremore, OK February 22, 2004

Posted by on Feb 22, 2004 in 2004, C-182, Claremore, Fuel Contamination, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, OK | 0 comments

After departure, at an altitude of approximately 500 feet agl, the 2,100-hour pilot reported the engine “lost most of its power output.” The pilot stated he applied carburetor heat and did not notice improvement. The pilot banked the airplane slightly to the right to avoid an approaching tree line and initiated an emergency landing to an open grass field.

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C-182H Fatal (1) Cushing, OK June 21, 2003

Posted by on Jun 21, 2003 in 1, 2003, C-182, Cushing, Fatal, Fatal Single-Engine, Loss of Aircraft Control, OK | 0 comments

The 363-hour single-engine commercial rated pilot lost control of the airplane during a parachute activity flight. The airplane subsequently stalled and entered a spin to the left. A witness radioed the pilot and asked what was wrong, and the pilot replied that he was in a spin and didn’t know what to do.

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C-182 Non-Fatal Chickasha, OK Oct. 6, 2001

Posted by on Oct 6, 2001 in 2001, C-182, Chickasha, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, OK, Undetermined | 0 comments

After the pilot dispatched two parachutists, the pilot commenced his descent to return to the airport. While on final approach, approximately 200 feet AGL, the engine lost power. The pilot attempted to land in a nearby open field rather than to attempt maneuvering around high power lines near the airport.

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