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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 197084
Last updated: 11 September 2020
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Time:c. 21:00 LT
Type:Silhouette image of generic A210 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Aquila A211 (AT01-100A)
Owner/operator:Nedre Romerike Flyklubb
Registration: LN-NRB
C/n / msn: AT01-100A-331
Fatalities:Fatalities: 1 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:Dyttholknatten, Sør-Aurdal -   Norway
Phase: En route
Departure airport:Kjeller Air Base (ENKJ)
Destination airport:Kjeller Air Base (ENKJ)
Investigating agency: AIBN
Tuesday 1 August 2017 the pilot commenced a flight from Kjeller. The aircraft took off at 2010 hrs. He was alone onboard the aircraft. The aircraft that belonged to Nedre Romerike Flyklubb, was booked through the club’s booking system from 2000 to 2200 hours.
The intention was to perform a navigation flight towards the Vassfaret area and back to Kjeller. The aircraft turned over lake Nevlingen and followed the valley eastwards. Two witnesses observed the aircraft. According to the witnesses, the visibility under the layer of clouds where the aircraft was flying were good. In the final phase of the flight no significant changes were made to course and altitude. At 2100 hrs, the aircraft impacted the western vertical mountain side of Nordre Dyttholknatten. The aircraft was completely destroyed and a fire occurred.
The collision with the mountain was not survivable. Inspection of available wreckage fragments, witness statements and impact marks in the mountainside give no indication of technical or operational problems with the aircraft itself nor the operation of it prior the accident. However, it cannot be fully excluded due to the extensive damage making it impossible to examine all parts of the aircraft.
Based on the facts available, the Accident Investigation Board has no basis for explaining how the accident could happen.


Accident investigation:
Investigating agency: AIBN
Status: Investigation completed
Download report: Final report


Revision history:

02-Aug-2017 07:13 whiteshark Added
02-Aug-2017 07:14 harro Updated [Aircraft type]
02-Aug-2017 07:37 asyl Updated [Aircraft type, Registration, Operator, Source]
02-Aug-2017 07:40 harro Updated [Aircraft type]
02-Aug-2017 08:20 TB Updated [Time, Registration, Other fatalities, Location, Departure airport, Destination airport]
02-Aug-2017 09:02 whitehark Updated [Narrative]
02-Aug-2017 10:48 Iceman 29 Updated [Source, Embed code, Narrative, Photo, ]
02-Aug-2017 12:24 asyl Updated [Registration, Cn, Embed code]
02-Aug-2017 13:26 harro Updated [Source]
02-Aug-2017 19:05 Anon. Updated [Departure airport]
02-Aug-2017 20:46 Iceman 29 Updated [Source, Photo, ]
02-Aug-2017 20:47 Iceman 29 Updated [Photo, ]
11-Sep-2020 17:16 harro Updated [Departure airport, Destination airport, Narrative, Accident report, Accident report, ]

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