Tailwind Takeoff,  Part 2, Beech 200 Weight and Balance

Unalaska Airport weather camera view
Credit: Unalaska Airport
In Part 1, we discussed how a Beech King Air 200 wound up in the frigid waters of Unalaska Bay, Alaska. It seems likely that the pilot knew the King Air was overweight. When investigators re-created the weight and balance form for the flight, they found the 12,500-lb. maximum weight airplane...

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