Aircraft Report for n3577c



Registration History for n3577c






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N3577C CESSNA 170B 26621 KODIAK, AK Aircraft registered to CRYSTOFF JAMES J, airworthiness date 1956-01-05, expiration date 2023-07-31, serial number 26621. 2020-02-19
N3577C CESSNA 170B 26621 KODIAK, AK Aircraft registered to CRYSTOFF JAMES J, airworthiness date 1956-01-05, expiration date 2020-07-31, serial number 26621. 2017-07-17
N3577C CESSNA 170B 26621 VENICE, CA Aircraft registered to ROSS JAMES C, airworthiness date 1956-01-05, expiration date 2019-02-28, serial number 26621. 2015-09-11
N3577C CESSNA 170B 26621 VENICE, CA Aircraft registered to ROSS JAMES C, airworthiness date 1956-01-05, expiration date 2016-02-29, serial number 26621. 2013-05-28
N3577C CESSNA 170B 26621 VENICE, CA Aircraft registered to SALE REPORTED, airworthiness date 1956-01-05, serial number 26621. 2008-06-26

Accident History for n3577c



N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N3577C CESSNA 170B SANTA MONICA, CA PILOT STATED ON THE DOWNWIND THE WIND HAD PICKED UP TO ABOUT 14 KNOTS WITH AN ALMOST DIRECT RIGHT CROSS WIND FOR RWY 21. THERE WAS SOME WINDSHEAR ON SHORT FINAL, BUT NOTHING I HAVEN'T EXPERIENCED IN THE PAST. I BALLOONED ON FLAIR OUT AND THE RIGHT WING STARTED TO LIFT. THEN THE TAIL CAME AROUND AND THE WING TIP SCRAPED THE RUNWAY. PILOT WAS COUNSELED, AND THE AIRCRAFT IS AWAITING INSPECTION AND REPAIR. THIS REPORT MAY BE AMMENDED IF NEEDED. 2017-01-21
N3577C CESSNA 170B FALL RIVER MILL, CA NARRATIVE: THE PILOT STATED THE APPROACH WAS NORMAL. ON LANDING ONE WING ROSE AND THE PILOT SWERVED. THEN GROUND LOOPED THE AIRCRAFT. THE PILOT REPORTED THE RUNWAY WAS NO FACTOR. SHE ALSO REPORTED THE WEATHER WAS CLEAR WITH NO OBSTRUCTION TO VISIBILITY. SHE DID STATE HOWEVER THERE WAS A SLIGHT X-WIND. THE DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT WAS MINOR. 1996-08-30

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