Rossair Plane Crash Killed Three Pilots Near Renmark Blamed On High-Risk Maneuver
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April 30, 2020 - by abc.net.au
Three experienced pilots killed in a crash in South Australia's Riverland almost three years ago were flying too low when they carried out a high risk training manoeuvre, an investigation has found.
The twin-engine Cessna Conquest (Cessna 441) aircraft owned by charter company Rossair was on a training flight from Adelaide when it crashed in scrubland near Renmark Airport on 30 May 2017.
Inductee pilot Paul Daw, 65, Rossair's chief pilot Martin Scott, 48, and Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) flying operations inspector Stephen Guerin, 56, were all killed.
In a report released today, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) found no fault with the plane, which...
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