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USA plane that crashed at Addison Airport was upside down when it hit a hangar, NTSB says

03:10  12 july  2019
03:10  12 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

Audio from plane reveals crew confusion seconds before Texas crash

Audio from plane reveals crew confusion seconds before Texas crash The audio recording from onboard a plane that crashed Sunday morning into Dallas County's Addison Airport revealed confusion among the pilots in the moments leading up to the crash. On Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board held its last formal press briefing on the crash, in which 10 people were killed when the small plane veered into an airport hangar. The plane, a twin-engine Beechcraft BE-350 King Air, was flying a private party of people to St. Petersburg, Fla. A cockpit recording captured two hours of audio from the plane leading up to the crash, NTSB Vice Chairman Bruce Landsberg said at Tuesday’s news conference.

All 10 people aboard a plane that crashed into a hangar at Addison Airport in Addison , Texas, Sunday morning have died, according to an official with the The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane had just taken off for St. Petersburg, Florida, when it crashed into the private hangar .

A hangar at Addison Airport was damaged by a twin-engine plane (not the plane at left) that crashed Sunday morning. The airport was closed for about 45 minutes after the crash before operations resumed. " Dallas County is helping the city of Addison set up a family assistance center

A plane that crashed at Addison Airport was upside down when it hit a hangar, NTSB says
A plane that crashed at Addison Airport was upside down when it hit a hangar, NTSB says
A plane that crashed at Addison Airport was upside down when it hit a hangar, NTSB says
A plane that crashed at Addison Airport was upside down when it hit a hangar, NTSB says
A plane that crashed at Addison Airport was upside down when it hit a hangar, NTSB says
FORT WORTH, Texas — An aircraft that crashed June 30 at Addison Airport was upside down when it struck a hangar seconds after takeoff, killing 10 people, according to an NTSB preliminary report.

The report released this week sheds little other light on the cause of the crash. A final report could take a year or more, National Transportation Safety Board officials have said.

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Ten people were killed when a small airplane crashed into a hangar as it was taking off from a Dallas-area airport Sunday morning, a spokeswoman for the town of Addison , Texas, said . Mary Rosenbleeth said no one aboard the twin-engine plane survived at the Addison Municipal Airport

The plane was carrying 10 people when it crashed .Source:Supplied. 10 people confirmed killed in plane crash at Addison Airport near Dallas Texas. The plane experienced some sort of failure during takeoff before crashing into an unoccupied hangar just after 9 a.m. Prayers For All Thier Families

NTSB officials have previously said they have several witness accounts and footage from multiple security cameras at the airport north of Dallas to help them piece together the events that led to the crash.

“Several security cameras captured the drift to the left immediately after takeoff and then a roll to the left,” the NTSB report released Wednesday states. “One camera showed the airplane roll completely inverted before it collided with the hangar.”

“Witness marks and wreckage distribution were consistent with the airplane impacting the top of the hangar in a right wing low, nose down, and inverted attitude,” the report states.

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The Beechcraft BE -350 King Air hit an unoccupied hangar soon after 9 a.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Addison fire spokesman Edward Martelle said the plane was taking off at the south end of the airport and had just lifted off the runway when it veered left, dropped its left wing

The Beechcraft BE -350 King Air hit an unoccupied hangar soon after 9 a.m., according to the Ten people were killed when a small airplane crashed into a hangar as it was taking off from a Mary Rosenbleeth said no one aboard the twin-engine plane survived the crash at the Addison Municipal

The crash killed pilot Howard Cassady, co-pilot Matthew Palmer and all eight passengers. No one on the ground was injured.

Passengers included: Brian and Ornella Ellard, whose family owned a business that bought the plane earlier this year; their children Alice and Dylan Maritato; Steve and Gina Thelen; and John and Mary Titus.

About an hour and a half prior to departure, the Beechcraft King Air 350’s fuel tanks were “topped off” and luggage was placed an the rear of the aircraft, NTSB reported, citing information it received from aircraft owner EE Operations and aviation services provider Flyte Aero.

The Federal Aviation Administration told NTSB that the pilot contacted ground control stating he was ready to taxi, and at 9:05 a.m. June 30 was directed to use runway 15. About 9:10 a.m., the pilot was given departure instructions and cleared for takeoff.

“A crew comment regarding a problem with the left engine occurred about 8 seconds before the end of the recording,” NTSB reported. “Three automated ‘bank angle’ aural alerts began about 3 seconds before the end of the recording.”

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