in The crash of a small aircraft from the Swiss manufacturer Pilatus in the U.S. state of South Dakota, nine people died, including two children. The single-engine passenger plane crashed in stormy weather and snow on Saturday shortly after the Start.
The US Federal aviation authority FAA announced according to media reports, the accident occurred just two miles from the airport to the city Chamberlain. On Board the Pilatus PC-12, twelve people had been. The three injured were treated in hospitals. Among the Victims was the Pilot. The aircraft was on the road in the U.S. state of Idaho. The cause of the crash is not fixed yet.
The Stans-based Pilatus aircraft works, make the PC-12 for over 20 years. So far, over 1700 copies have been delivered. According to Pilatus, the PC-12 the best-selling single-engine turboprop aircraft in the world. (scl/sda)
Created: 01.12.2019, 04:58 PM