ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 66672
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Narrative:Crashed on the edge of the woods, about 50 meters from the town after aerobatics.
|Date:||Tuesday 28 July 2009|
|MSN:|| 53165 (YU-DFS)|
|Fatalities:||Fatalities: 2 / Occupants: 2|
|Aircraft damage:|| Written off (damaged beyond repair)|
|Phase:|| En route|
|Confidence Rating:|| Accident investigation report completed and information captured|
At 09.30 h local time, the pilot and a passenger took off from Zagorje ob Savi, in order to to make a flight over Zagorje and Trbovlje, returning to the Zagorje airfield. When the aircraft arrived at 09.50 hours local time, the pilot directed the aircraft towards Izlaki from the direction of Trojany and flew over it at the level of the church bell tower. While overflying Narof, the pilot performed a hard climb and brought the aircraft into a right turn. In doing so, the aircraft turned and, with nose pointed in the direction of approach (op. towards Narof), collided with a hillside.
Direct cause of the accident:
Pilot error - entering the final turn at too low a speed.
Pilot inexperience and failure to comply with the rules of the air.
§ion_id=928&article_id=3176756 https://www.gov.si/assets/ministrstva/MzI/Dokumenti/letalstvo/2009/KOncno-porocilo-o-preiskavi-letalske-nesrece-letala-splosne-kategorije-UTVA-75.pdf http://www.paluba.info/smf/index.php?topic=19033.0;wap2
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|Status: ||Investigation completed|
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