On June 30th, 2019, a KingAir 350, crashed 17 seconds after takeoff, killing all ten people on board. The crash got plenty of coverage in the days that followed, but now, more than a year later, the NTSB has released the investigation docket, and there are some things we can learn to make us better. In this video, we summarize the findings of the NTSB docket on the king air crash at Addison, Texas.
Special thanks to Joe Casey: http://flycasey.com/
And Martin Pauly: https://www.youtube.com/user/martinpauly and direct link to the video we useed clips from: https://youtu.be/oD3YPdOH5Xo
Link to Tom Clements article: http://www.kingairmagazine.com/article/power-loss-versus-engine-failure/
Link to NTSB Docket: https://dms.ntsb.gov/pubdms/search/hitlist.cfm?docketID=64068&CFID=955347&CFTOKEN=c28495ed015bf6be-F3C5F086-5056-942C-92168DC17B12FA73
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