Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2006 Issue

June 12, 2006, Parkville, Mo. / Piper PA-32R-301T

The airplane experienced an in-flight break-up during a visual approach to Kansas City International Airport at 1912 Central time. The pilot and passenger were fatally injured and the airplane was destroyed. Visual conditions prevailed. The flight was operating on an IFR flight plan. The flight originated from the Grand Glaize Airport (K15), Osage Beach, Mo., at approximately 1724....

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