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Beechcraft Super King Air 200 (N726CB)


A King Air 200 crashed during departure from 28L on a ferry flight to SQL on September 16, 2009 with no passengers on board. Pilot walked away with no serious injuries.


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A life saved in a tragic event. It was a good day.
Greg Bishop
Definitely on the right track. Awesome good news.
Michael Gower
How could this crash photo be posted 5 years ago, when FA indicates a BE20 with the same tail number with activity during Oct, 2014? Surely this airframe wasn't repaired, but the tail number was reissued to a similar craft.
Matthew Cuggy
It looks like it barely missed a train.
Jeff Lawson
Aircraft registrations get reassigned to different aircraft, and coincidentally it happened to get reassigned to a new BE20 in 2010.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
19-Jun-2018 BE20San Carlos ()Carson () 11:05AM PDT 11:43AM PDT 0:37
19-Jun-2018 BE20Hayward Executive ()San Carlos () 10:30AM PDT 10:48AM PDT 0:18
16-Jun-2018 BE20Modesto City ()Hayward Executive () 01:14PM PDT 01:33PM PDT 0:18
15-Jun-2018 BE20Santa Monica Muni ()Carson () 11:21AM PDT 12:33PM PDT 1:11
15-Jun-2018 BE20Modesto City ()Santa Monica Muni () 08:38AM PDT 09:40AM PDT 1:01
13-Jun-2018 BE20Santa Monica Muni ()Modesto City () 12:33PM PDT 01:35PM PDT 1:01
13-Jun-2018 BE20Hayward Executive ()Santa Monica Muni () 10:19AM PDT 11:28AM PDT 1:08
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