On April 27, 2001, about 1610 universal coordinated time (UTC), a Piper PA-23-250, CX-DIA, registered to and operated by D.G.I.A, executed a forced landing with the landing gear retracted after experiencing an unusual nose-up attitude during final phase of approach at the Carrasco airport in Montevideo, Uruguay. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed, and an instrument flight plan was filed. The airplane incurred substantial damage. The pilot-in-command and four passengers received no injuries. The flight originated the day of the accident from the Alternativa International Airport in Durazno, Uruguay. The time of departure is unknown. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
The investigation is under the jurisdiction of the government of Uruguay. Any further information pertaining this accident may be obtained from:
Tte. Cnel.(Av) Duilio Rebellato
Comision Investigadora de Accidentes de Aviacion D.I.P.A.I.A
YI 1444 2do Piso
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