Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2003 Issue

August 01, Oshkosh, WI / Vans RV-6T and Lancair 360

At about 1300 central time, a Vans RV-6T was struck by a Lancair 360 while the two amateur-built airplanes were taxiing after landing on runway 27 at Wittman Regional Airport. The RV-6 had landed and was exiting the runway when the Lancair landed and struck the RV-6ís left wing. The accident occurred during the AirVenture fly-in, at which time controllers use the runway for several aircraft simultaneously....

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