Citation Crash in Germany Under Investigation

AINsafety » January 20, 2014
January 20, 2014, 1:25 PM

Four people perished in the January 12 crash of a U.S.-registered Cessna Citation 501-SP in Germany. The jet crashed on approach to Trier-Fohren Airport after arriving from Shoreham Airport in the south of England. Weather in the area at the time of the accident was reported as one-quarter-mile visibility, with an indefinite ceiling of 100 feet in freezing fog. The aircraft struck a power pole short of the runway on approach and burst into flame. The nationalities of the victims remain unknown.

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