April 5th, 2011|
April 5, 2011
A wind gust flipped a small plane during a landing in a Maryland plane crash that seriously injured three people.
A spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration says a Piper Aerostar was approaching the runway at Ridgely Airpark when the wind caused the Maryland plane crash. According to baltimoresun.com, the plane sustained substantial damage.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane is registered to Galdieri Aviation, Inc.
If all safety procedures are followed, do you think predicting weather conditions can still be an inaccurate science for pilots? What do you think is the most unpredictable circumstance that can occur for pilots?
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