On October 8, 1993, at 1300 Alaska daylight time, a wheel equipped Cessna 180 airplane, registered to Cranford Aviation of King Salmon, Alaska, and operated by the Pilot-in-Command, struck a berm on landing and nosed over. The personal flight, operating under 14 CFR Part 91, last departed King Salmon, and the destination was the field site located 55 miles southeast of King Salmon. A visual flight rules flight plan was filed and visual meteorological conditions prevailed. The airplane was substantially damaged and the Pilot-in-Command and his passenger were not injured. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
According to the Pilot-in-Command, after landing and during the rollout, the airplane's main landing gear struck a berm and the airplane nosed over.