THE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD is continuing its investigation of the Jan. 21 fatal crash of a Beech 1900C, N112ZX, in Sand Point Alaska. Both crewmembers aboard the Part 135 cargo flight, which was operated by Alaska Central Express, died in the accident. The aircraft crashed into the ocean following a loss of control shortly after takeoff from Runway 31 at Sand Point Airport. Dark night, visual meteorological conditions prevailed at the time, and witnesses estimated winds between ...
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