Détails:Viscount G-AMOL departed Ronaldsway at 16:49 for a flight to Liverpool. The flight was made at flight level 70 and at 17:08 hours the aircraft was identified by Liverpool radar over Wallasey and positioned for a PPI continuous descent radar approach to runway 26. Half a mile from touchdown the radar approach was completed and the aircraft was then seen (on radar) to be just discernibly to the right of the centreline. No radio messages were received from the aircraft after the start of the talk-down. At 550 metres from the threshold, it was estimated to be at a height between 30 and 60 metres and about 40 metres to the right of the centre line. At this point witnesses saw the aircraft bank and turn to the right. The fuselage was level and the aircraft was banked almost vertically for part of the turn. When heading in approximately the opposite direction to the runway it rolled on to its back and crashed into the roof of a factory about 365 metres to the right of the extended centre line of the runway and about 550 metres from the threshold.
|Date:||mardi 20 juillet 1965|
Vickers 701 Viscount
|Numéro de série:|| 25|
|Année de Fabrication:|| 1953|
|Heures de vol:||20694|
|Equipage:||victimes: 2 / à bord: 2|
|Passagers:||victimes: 0 / à bord: 0|
|Total:||victimes: 2 / à bord: 2 |
|Victimes au sol:||victimes: 2|
|Dégats de l'appareil:|| Perte Totale|
|Conséquences:|| Written off (damaged beyond repair)|
|Lieu de l'accident:||0,5 km (0.3 milles) de Liverpool International Airport (LPL) ( Royaume Uni)
|Phase de vol:|| En approche (APR)|
|Aéroport de départ:||Isle Of Man-Ronaldsway Airport (IOM/EGNS), Royaume Uni|
|Aéroport de destination:||Liverpool International Airport (LPL/EGGP), Royaume Uni|
After penetrating the roof, the aircraft had struck a heavy steel girder which had caused it to tip "tail-over-nose". It had then come to rest the right way up on the floor of the workshop with the tail resting on the steel roof trusses. An intense fire broke out which consumed almost the whole structure of the fuselage.
Probable Cause:PROBABLE CAUSE: "The aircraft went out of control during the final stage of an approach to land but the reason for this has not been determined."
» ICAO Aircraft Accident Digest No.16 - Volume II, Circular 82-AN/69 (14-23)
Ce plan montre l'aéroport de départ ainsi que la supposée destination du vol. La ligne fixe reliant les deux aéroports n'est pas le plan de vol exact.
La distance entre Isle Of Man-Ronaldsway Airport et Liverpool International Airport est de 142 km (89 miles).
Les informations ci-dessus ne représentent pas l'opinion de la 'Flight Safety Foundation' ou de 'Aviation Safety Network' sur les causes de l'accident. Ces informations prélimimaires sont basées sur les faits tel qu'ils sont connus à ce jour.