2015-02-11 Venezuelan Beech 1900 crashed west of Tamiami Airport, FL, USA
The aircraft lost height and crashed shortly after take-off from runway 27Left at Tamiami Executive Airport, FL, USA leaving all four on board dead.
Early reports indicate the pilots radioed engine problems to the tower and radioed their intention to return to Tamiami Airport before contact was lost.
The Beech 1900 came down in a residential area at SW 144th Avenue and Krome Avenue but fortunately no one on the ground was harmed.
At the time of the crash, local wather was VFR, clear skies, calm winds and above 10 miles visibility.
Date: 2015-02-11 Time: 14:45
Location: 2,5 NM west of, KTMB TMB Kendall Tamiami Executive
Flight phase: ICL – Airborne – 1.000 ft AGL
Damage to a/c: hull loss
From: KTMB/TMB: Kendall Tamiami Executive To: MBPV/PLS: Providenciales
Type: Non Revenue
Operator: Servicio Panamericano de Proteccion
Type: Beech 1900
Age a/c: 26,8 years
Constr. No.: UC-47
Occupants & Casualties
JACDEC 20-year Statistics :
- 1st safety occurence for the operator
- 84th safety occurence of type (B1900)
- 1st safety occurence at airport
- 1st safety occurence for aircraft in question
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