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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [Acro] Re: YAK accident



                


Thread: [Acro] Re: YAK accident

Message: [Acro] Re: YAK accident

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From: William Halverson <william at netpros.net>

Date: Thu, 06 Jun 2002 20:26:50 UTC


Message:

  

try a search at  http://www.ntsb.gov/ntsb/query.asp

This is what I got using "yak" for the "aircraft make" field:


Rep't
Type    Date   Location              Make        Model   RegNum Severity
Final  7/26/98 ANCHORAGE, AK      Yakovlev       YAK-54  N354AM Fatal(2)
Final  8/ 1/98 LINCOLN, CA        Yakovlev       YAK-55M N910RT Nonfatal
Prel   4/19/00 EPPING ESSEX       Yakovlev       50      02030  Fatal(3)
Final  7/23/00 MOORESVILLE,IN     Yakovlev       YAK 52  N6223X Nonfatal
Final 10/15/00 BERRYVILLE, VA     Yakovlev       52      N21CY  Nonfatal
Final  2/27/01 Ione, CA           Ascher Yakolev YAK 11  N18AW  Nonfatal
Final  6/10/01 Fredericksburg, VA Yakovlev       52      N114YK Nonfatal
Final  6/10/01 Custer, WA         Yakovlev       YAK 52  N52BG  Fatal(2)
Final  7/14/01 Moultonboro, NH    Yakovlev       52      N48GA  Nonfatal
Final  9/10/01 Washington, CT     Yakovlev       YAK-52  N1189N Fatal(1)

So looks like one 55M back in '98 was reported and no 55's ... god knows 
how many unreported accidents there are ...

Bill Halverson
YAK-55 N355YK



pop hop wrote:

> I can not find any accident history on the 55. "You can not break this
> comrade"
> 
> --- Eric Rood <ericrood at gcfn.org> wrote:
> 
>>I pulled this off the FAA website last night. What a plane!!!





                


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