Preliminary Accident Reports

April 2004 Issue

January 12, Cedar City, Utah / Beech Travelair

At 1142 mountain time, a Beech B95 crashed about 16 miles northwest of Cedar City Airport, killing the designated pilot examiner and the commercial pilot examinee. The aircraft was on a check ride that had begun about 25 minutes earlier. There were no ground scars and the airplane apparently hit upright and wings level....

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