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King Air E90 Down Marietta, Ohio

Old 18th Oct 2022, 17:07
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King Air E90 Down Marietta, Ohio

Not much detail yet. Two fatal. RIP

Marietta Ohio Accident

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Old 18th Oct 2022, 19:30
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https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/299471
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Video on treaders link interesting, head the warning though.
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Weather at the time, not real low, RIP.

Code:
KPKB 181150Z 26006KT 10SM OVC013 03/01 A2981 RMK AO2
Code:
KPKB 181053Z 26003KT 10SM OVC014 03/01 A2980 RMK AO2 SLP094 T00330006
Discussions on other forums have ATC comms, it sounds like the plane was in visual conditions prior to landing just before the accident, no distress calls made by the pilots.

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Originally Posted by 340drvr
Weather at the time, not real low, RIP.

Code:
KPKB 181150Z 26006KT 10SM OVC013 03/01 A2981 RMK AO2
Code:
KPKB 181053Z 26003KT 10SM OVC014 03/01 A2980 RMK AO2 SLP094 T00330006
Discussions on other forums have ATC comms, it sounds like the plane was in visual conditions prior to landing just before the accident, no distress calls made by the pilots.
LNAV MDA is 1240 MSL according to the approach plate which equals 383 AGL.
They should have seen the field from about 3 miles out when breaking out of cloud.
The crash location is apparently also about 3NM from the airport.
Tailplane icing possibly?

https://skyvector.com/files/tpp/2210/pdf/00646R21.PDF

ATC audio is here:

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Tailplane stall with flap extension?
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