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Narrative:The flight was to drop off equipement at Kulusuk. The party were planning to salvage N6313U, another Aero Commander which had done a forced landing in February 1967. During the flight the plan was changed and they flew out over the icecap to try to locate N6313U. They flew into 'white out' conditions and crashed. Aircraft was owned by Atlantic Commanders. At time of crash operated by Aviation Communications Ltd Biggin Hill, Kent, UK.
|Type:||Aero Commander 680FL|
|Owner/operator:||Aviation Communications Ltd.|
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|Fatalities:||Fatalities: 1 / Occupants: 3|
|Airplane damage:|| Written off (damaged beyond repair)|
|Location:||Greenland Ice Cap -
14th August 1967 Greenland ice cap. Taken by my late father Sydney Joseph Woolterton.Revision history:
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