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NTSB Identification: ATL96WA026
On October 29, 1995, about 2152 Universal Coordinated Time, a Cessna 340, N5736M, collided with the ground during an instrument landing system approach at Vienna, Austria. The airplane was operated by Austrian Cessna Aviation, Inc. under the provisions of 14 CFR Part 91, and instrument flight rules. Instrument meteorological conditions prevailed. An instrument flight rules flight plan was filed for the personal flight. The private, instrument-rated pilot, and the five passengers had minor injuries, and the airplane was destroyed by a post-crash fire. The flight departed Barcelona, Spain, about 1810 on the same day.

This report is filed for information purposes and contains only information provided by or requested by the Austrian aviation authorities who are investigating the accident. For additional information contact:

Federal Ministry for Public Economy and Transport Department of Civil Aviation Radetzkystrasse 2 A-1030 Wien, Austria