On February 16, 2006, a German registered Cessna Citation 501 airplane, D-IMRX, was destroyed after colliding with terrain near Sulaimaniya, Iraq. The airplane was operated by Hasit Trockenmoertel GmbH as a cross-county flight when the accident occurred. The two pilots and all four passengers aboard the airplane were fatally injured in the accident. The flight originated from Munich, Germany with intermediate stops in Budapest, Hungary and Baku, Azerbaijan. Sulaimaniya, Iraq, was the final flight planned destination for the aircraft. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
The investigation of this accident is under the jurisdiction of the Directorate of Flight Safety, General Establishment of Civil Aviation, Baghdad, Iraq. Further information pertaining to this accident can be obtained from:
Directorate of Flight Safety
General Establishment of Civil Aviation
P.O. Box 23006
This report is for informational purposes only.