Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Cessna 182 Skyhawk, N689SP: Pilot landed aircraft downwind on grass airstrip and went off end of airstrip into a plowed field resulting in the aircraft flipping over












AIRCRAFT:   1999 Cessna 182 Skyhawk, N689SP, serial number 172S8099

ENGINE- M&M, S/N:  Lycoming IO-360-L2A, serial number L-28011-51A

PROPELLER – M&M, S/N: McCauley 1A170E/JHA 7660

APPROXIMATE TOTAL HOURS (estimated TT & TSMO from logbooks or other information):

ENGINE:   As of last annual inspection of 5/20/2015, Tach Time 2864.7, TSMOH 280.8

PROPELLER: As of last annual inspection of 5/20/2015, Tach time 2864.7, TTSN 1309.1                

AIRFRAME: As of last annual inspection of 5/20/2015, Tach Time 2864.7, AFTT 2864.7.                      
     
OTHER EQUIPMENT:  KMA 26, KLN 893, (2) KX155A's, KR 87, KT 76C, KAP 140

DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT:  Pilot landed aircraft downwind on grass airstrip and went off end of airstrip into a plowed field resulting in the aircraft flipping over.

DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES: Tail vertical fin is damaged and was cut for transport. Nose gear separated. Engine separated off mounts from impact. Prop strike. Tail and wing flight controls appear relatively undamaged.

LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT: Atlanta Air Recovery & Storage, Inc., Griffin, Georgia           

REMARKS: No airworthiness certificate was located in the wreckage and is missing. Contact adjuster for permission to inspect wreckage. Aircraft logbooks located in adjuster office, Atlanta, GA.

Read more here:  http://www.avclaims.com/N689SP.htm

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