Ill-fated Greek Falcon being auctioned

Aviation International News » January 2003
January 7, 2008, 9:19 AM

The Greek government may have found a buyer for the Falcon 900B in which seven people were killed during a series of severe oscillations on Sept. 14, 1999. Two previous auctions failed to attract interest. But last month Liberia-based Elyzee Enterprises may have secured the purchase with its $5.5 million bid. The aircraft, minus its tail and engines, has been at Transairco at Geneva Airport since November 2000. Repairs were called off after it was determined that the fuselage was too heavily damaged.

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