Chalk's International Airlines

Chalk's International Airlines Friday March 18, 1994
After discharging passengers the sea plane took off, the nose pitched up and crashed. Failure of the pilot-in-command to assure the bilges were adequately pumped free of water, which resulted in the aft center of gravity limit to be exceeded, and failure of the aircrew to follow the checklist. A factor related to the accident was the water leak.

Crash Details

DateFriday March 18, 1994
LocationKey West, Florida
Passengers0
Crew2
Fatalities2
Survivors0
Aircraft TypeGrumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
OperatorChalk's International Airlines
RegistrationN150FB
Flight OriginKey West Harbor
Flight Destination Key West
Key West, Florida
Chalk's International Airlines
Grumman G-73T Turbo Mallard
1994