Preliminary Accident Reports

January 2011 Issue

November 2, 2010, Cascade, Idaho, Cessna U206B

The pilot, flying the second airplane in a flight of two, was maneuvering to turn from base to final for a full-stop landing at a remote back-country airstrip. During the accident pilot’s turn to final, the airplane’s nosegear and right main gear contacting a cliff on the outside of his turn, separating them.

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