Winglet System Malfunction Suspected In Citation Crash

Pieces of the Citation Jet’s left wing are laid out at the crash site.
Credit: NTSB
Uneven deployment of its active winglets likely caused the inflight upset and fatal crash of a Cessna Citation 525A business jet in 2018, the NTSB has determined in a finding disputed by winglet manufacturer Tamarack Aerospace Group. The pilot and two passengers were killed when the Citation Jet...

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