On February 15, 2000, about 1946 Coordinate Universal Time, a Cessna 340A, OY-BSO, was substantially damaged when it impacted trees while landing at the Stauning Airport, Stauning, Denmark. The pilot and five passengers were not injured. Instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) prevailed, and an instrument flight rules flight plan was filed and activated for the personal flight conducted under foreign flight rules. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
According to the Government of Denmark, the airplane was executing an instrument approach at night when the airplane contracted trees. The pilot executed a climb, and was able to land the airplane without further incident. Examination of the airplane revealed substantial damage to the horizontal stabilizer, and minor damage to the bottom of the airplane.
This investigation is under the jurisdiction of the Government of Denmark. Any further information pertaining to this accident may be obtained from:
Aircraft Accident Investigation Board, Demark
45, 1st Floor Jernbane Alle
This report is for informational purposes only, and contains only information released by the Government of Denmark.