The BFU took note of the December 2014 accident at Gaithersburg, Maryland, involving an EMB-500 in which the airplane stalled in icing conditions. At impact the pilot, the two passengers and three other persons were fatally injured. The aircraft was destroyed. In June 2016, the NTSB issued the investigation report (NTSB/AAR-16/01)and came to the following conclusion: The probable cause of this accident was the pilot`s conduct of an approach in structural icing conditions without turning on ...

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