Factual Report: Venezuelan crash kills six

 - June 4, 2009, 11:38 AM

Hawker Beechcraft King Air A100, San Miguel, Venezuela, March 1, 2009–The turboprop twin operated by Command Air crashed into a mountain, killing both pilots and four passengers. Operating under a VFR flight plan, the flight was in IMC when it hit terrain at an altitude of 9,300 feet, 22 miles from the destination airport. The investigation is being handled by the Venezuelan government’s aviation accident investigation bureau.

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