Aircraft Report for n103af



Registration History for n103af






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N103AF BEECH G18S BA-526 ARLINGTON, WA Aircraft registered to POINT TO POINT AIR LLC, airworthiness date 1960-06-06, serial number BA-526. 2017-01-15
N103AF BEECH G18S BA-526 ARLINGTON, WA Aircraft registered to POINT TO POINT AIR LLC, airworthiness date 1960-06-06, expiration date 2020-06-30, serial number BA-526. 2017-01-15
N103AF BEECH G18S BA-526 ARLINGTON, WA Aircraft registered to POINT TO POINT AIR LLC, airworthiness date 1960-06-06, expiration date 2017-06-30, serial number BA-526. 2014-06-26
N103AF BEECH G18S BA-526 ARLINGTON, WA Aircraft registered to POINT TO POINT AIR LLC, airworthiness date 1960-06-06, expiration date 2017-06-30, serial number BA-526. 2014-06-26
N103AF BEECH G18S BA-526 ENGLEWOOD, CO Aircraft registered to N103AF LLC, airworthiness date 1960-06-06, expiration date 2015-01-31, serial number BA-526. 2012-01-21

Accident History for n103af



N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N103AF BEECH G18S METLAKATLA, AK A BEECH 18-AIRCRAFT, ON WHEELS WITH TWO PILOTS, N103AF (S.N# BA-526) OPERATED BY POINT TO POINT AIR LLC, A PART 91 OPERATOR BASED IN ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, EXECUTED AN EMERGENCY WATER LANDING. INJURIES WERE REPORTED AS MINOR. THE AIRCRAFT WAS ON A PART 91 CARGO FLIGHT FOR THE OWNER. THE CARGO WAS REPORTED AS A LOAD OF GEODUCK CLAMS. THE ACCIDENT OCCURRED APPROXIMATELY 2.1 MILES SW OF METLAKATIA ALASKA ON ANNETTE ISLAND. THE AIRCRAFT WAS ON AN IFR FLIGHT PLAN FROM KLAWOCK ALASKA (PAKW) TO KETCHIKAN ALASKA (PAKT) UNDER POSITIVE CONTROL OF ANCHORAGE CENTER AND KETCHIKAN FLIGHT SERVICE. THE AIRCRAFT MADE A MISSED APPROACH AT KETCHIKAN IN HEAVY SNOW IN REDUCED VISIBILITY. ON CLIMB OUT THE AIRCRAFT LOST POWER IN ONE ENGINE. RATHER THAN ATTEMPT ANOTHER APPROACH WHILE SINGLE ENGINE IN REDUCED VISIBILITY THE PILOT CONTINUED 15 MILES SOUTHWEST TOWARDS ANNETTE ISLAND AIRPORT (PAKT). THE AIRCRAFT WAS UNABLE TO MAINTAIN ALTITUDE AND THE PILOT MADE A WATER LANDING ABOUT 200 YARDS OFF THE BEACH IN YELLOW HILL BAY ABOUT 3.3 MILES NORTH OF ANNETTE ISLAND AIRPORT. BOTH PILOTS WERE ABLE TO EXIT THE AIRCRAFT AND SWIM TO SHORE WHERE THEY WERE PICKED UP BY A RESCUE BOAT FROM METLAKATLA. THE AIRCRAFT SANK. THE CRASH IS UNDER INVESTIGATION BY FAA AND NTSB. 32 (G) UNPREDICTABLE CATASTROPHIC ENGINE FAILURE, AIRCRAFT UNRECOVERABLE? 2017-03-03
N103AF BEECH G18S DETROIT, MI LOST DIRECTIONAL CONTROL ON ROLLOUT. VEERED OFF RUNWAY. LANDING GEAR SANK IN THE INFIELD SOIL. 1989-12-07

Service Difficulty Reports for n103af




N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N103AF BEECH G18S During CLIMB - PILOT TOOK OFF, SELECTED GEAR UP AND GEAR MADE LOUD RUMBLE SOUND. MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER TRIPPED. GEAR WAS MANUALLY CRACKED DOWN. UPON INSPECTION, FOUND BRASS GEAR IN GEARBOX WORN BAD; ALONG WITH SEVERAL TEETH BROKEN. 1999-05-14
N103AF BEECH G18S During INSP/MAINT - FOUND WHILE STATIC SYSTEM WAS BEING TESTED FOR LEAKS. 1975-08-08
N103AF BEECH G18S During CRUISE - LINK ROD BROKE IN CRUISE FLIGHT. ENGINE RAN ROUGH. SHUT ENGINE DOWN. MAKE PRECAUTIONARY LANDING WITHOUT FURTHER PROBLEM. 1992-03-31

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