Preliminary Accident Reports

June 2007 Issue

April 28, 2007, Hamilton, Mon., Britten-Norman BN-2A-20

The airplane impacted terrain at approximately 1100 Mountain time during an attempted engine-out landing. The Airline Transport pilot and sole occupant received minor injuries; the aircraft sustained substantial damage. Visual conditions prevailed. According to the pilot, during the initial climb after takeoff, just after the aircraft passed 400 feet agl, he shut off the fuel boost pumps in preparation for the en route climb.

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