Preliminary Accident Reports

October 2006 Issue

August 4, 2006, Omaha, Neb./Lancair IVP/Piper PA-28-140

At 1415 Central time, a Lancair IVP Experimental airplane piloted by a Private pilot experienced a loss of engine power shortly after takeoff. During the subsequent forced landing, it collided with a taxing Piper PA-28-140, piloted by a flight instructor and dual student. Visual conditions prevailed. Both airplanes were substantially damaged during the ground collision but there were no reported injuries.…

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