Preliminary Accident Reports

February 2006 Issue

December 14, 2005, Dunkirk, N.Y. / Piper PA-46-310P and Smith Aerostar 601P

Both airplanes were substantially damaged when they collided while while landing at about 1200 Eastern time. None of the six persons aboard both airplanes was injured; visual conditions prevailed. The Malibu was landing on Runway 6 as the Aerostar landed on Runway 15. The right wing of each airplane made contact at the runway intersection, and both right wings sustained substantial damage....

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