News about significant aircraft accidents and information from accident reports.
The airplane, N4BP, carried five people who were headed to EAA AirVenture 2015, held this week at the airport.
A Cessna 150 and an F16 collided over Charleston.
The aircraft landed hard after an aborted takeoff.
Pilot began taxiing after mishearing instructions.
The landing area the pilot selected was near several light poles.
Task force report to EC contains six main recommendations
Airplane hit a near-vertical rock face in a nose-high, wings-level attitude at an elevation of 1,600 feet msl and came to rest upright on steep terrain.
At least one armored vehicle on board shifted rearward as the airplane took off, crippling key systems
CVR recordings indicate confusion in cockpit
According to AIN research, N-numbered business jets had not seen a fatal-free first half since 2009.