Air taxi

Air taxi Friday June 19, 1992
While cruising at 8,000 feet, the aircraft entered a rapid descent, during which it reversed direction in a left turn. The descent was briefly arrested at a low altitude; however, the aircraft again turned left and descended rapidly. There are indications that the center of gravity moved further aft during the flight, until reaching a point at which the pilot was unable to prevent significant diversions in both climb and descent from the reference altitude, culminating in the rapid descent.

Crash Details

DateFriday June 19, 1992
LocationCanbera, ACT, Australia
Aircraft TypeBeech Baron 95-B55
OperatorAir taxi
Flight OriginBankstown
Flight Destination Cooma
Canbera, ACT, Australia
Air taxi
Beech Baron 95-B55