Preliminary Accident Reports
October 2001 Issue
July 22, Biddeford, Maine / Beech Bonanza
At about 15:10 eastern time, a Beech 36 was damaged during takeoff at Biddeford Municipal Airport. The pilot, also a flight instructor, sustained minor injuries. Post-accident examination revealed the control column lock had not been removed from the control column....
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