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2015 C-205 Engine Failure Non-Fatal Non-Fatal Single-Engine Stafford Twp

C-205 Non-Fatal Stafford Twp, NJ July 12, 2015

On July 12, 2015, about 1010 eastern daylight time, a Cessna 210-5A, N315EC, was substantially damaged during a forced landing following a total loss of engine power during climbout from Eagles Nest Airport (31E), West Creek, New Jersey. The commercial pilot and 3 passengers were not injured, and 1 passenger received minor injuries. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed and no flight plan was filed for the skydiving flight. The airplane was owned by Seasky27 Productions LLC and operated by Skydive East Coast under the provisions of Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91.

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2014 C-205 NJ Non-Fatal Non-Fatal Single-Engine Sussex

Cessna 205 (210-5) Non-Fatal Sussex, NJ December 4, 2014

On December 4, 2014, about 1100 eastern standard time (EST), a Cessna 205, N90461, was force landed in a farm field following a total loss of engine power during initial climb from Sussex Airport, Sussex, New Jersey (FWN).

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Inside video of the accident.

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2014 Blog C-205 Non-Fatal Non-Fatal Single-Engine Undetermined

Cessna 205 non-fatal Uruguay January 14, 2014

Flipped over during forced landing following loss of engine power.

Spanish article.

 

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2012 C-205 FL Fuel Starvation Lake Wales Mechanical Failure Non-Fatal Non-Fatal Single-Engine

C-205 Non-Fatal Lake Wales, FL March 31, 2012

The pilot said that he normally flew the airplane with the fuel selector positioned to the right main fuel tank during skydiving operations. However, on the day of the accident, maintenance was performed on the airplane, and three engine run-ups were performed using the left main fuel tank.

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2003 4 C-205 Fatal Fatal Single-Engine Jeanette Mechanical Failure PA

C-205 Fatal (4) Jeanette, PA June 15, 2003

Witnesses observed the airplane depart to the north, and experience a partial loss of power during the takeoff climb. The airplane then began a turn to the left, and initiated what appeared to be a right base entry for a landing on runway 20. The airplane continued the turn, past 270 degrees, and as it flew beyond the end of the runway, the engine appeared to regain power and the airplane began a climb.

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1999 6 C-205 Fatal Fatal Single-Engine Fuel Exhaustion

C-205 Fatal (6) Celina, OH May 9, 1999

The airplane departed on a parachuting flight with 5 parachutists on board. Several witnesses reported hearing the airplane during climb out. Each witness described smooth engine noise, brief ‘sputtering,’ and then a total loss of engine power. The airplane descended straight ahead at the same pitch attitude, then the nose dropped, a parachutist exited, and the airplane entered a spiraling descent.

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1997 6 C-205 Fatal Fatal Single-Engine Loss of Aircraft Control

C-205 Fatal (6) Holmstead, FL May 25, 1997

A passenger-parachutist stated she had exited the cabin and was on the jump platform preparing to jump from about 3,500 feet when the left wing and nose dropped and the aircraft entered a spin to the left. After an unknown number of revolutions she jumped from the aircraft and deployed her chute

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1990 C-205 Non-Fatal Non-Fatal Single-Engine Preflight

C-205 Non-Fatal Jonesburg, MO June 9, 1990

Aircraft was attempting to land by use of vehicle lights. The aircraft touched down in soft terrain to the right of the runway and nosed over.

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