An Improvised Approach And Wrong Setting Lead To Tragedy

Credit: Police/BFU
On Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014, two pilots and two passengers were killed when their U.S.-registered Cessna Citation 501/SP crashed into trees and a power-line tower approximately 2.3 mi. northeast of the threshold for Runway 22 at Trier-Föhren Airfield, a VFR general aviation airport in Germany’s Mosel...

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