A King Air A100 comes to grief while coping with an engine loss during a reduced power takeoff.
Aeropro Flight APO201, a Beechcraft King Air A100, departed from Runway 30 at Quebec/Jean Lesage International Airport at 0557 EDT on June 23, 2010, with a crew of two and five passengers. The flight lasted 68 sec., terminating in a field 1.5 mi. from the departure end of the runway. The airplane burned and all seven persons on board were killed. Canada's Transportation Safety Board undertook a major investigation into this accident looking at the aircraft maintenance, pilot ...
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