|N4TS||L-BIRD LLC||CCX-2000||CCX-2000-0066||MEDFORD, OR||Aircraft registered to DEARBORN AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2019-08-23, expiration date 2025-11-30, serial number CCX-2000-0066.||2022-06-29|
|N4TS||L-BIRD LLC||CCX-2000||CCX-2000-0066||MEDFORD, OR||Aircraft registered to DEARBORN AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2019-08-23, expiration date 2022-11-30, serial number CCX-2000-0066.||2020-07-23|
|N4TS||CUBCRAFTERS INC||CC11-160||CC11-00425||LOS GATOS, CA||Aircraft registered to BARTH LORI, airworthiness date 2018-02-14, expiration date 2022-09-30, serial number CC11-00425.||2019-09-12|
|N4TS||PILATUS||PC-12/45||509||WOLF CREEK, MT||Aircraft registered to FIRST VIRTUAL AIR LLC, airworthiness date 2003-08-25, expiration date 2015-08-31, serial number 509.||2012-08-28|
|N4TS||SWAYNE THOMAS E||CASSUTT II M||SC1||RAYMORE, MO||Aircraft registered to SWAYNE THOMAS R, serial number SC1.||1991-01-30|
|N4TS||CUBCRAFTERS INC||CC11-160||CC11-00425||YAKIMA, WA||Aircraft registered to CUB CRAFTERS INC, airworthiness date 2018-02-14, serial number CC11-00425.||2018-01-26|
|N4TS||PILATS||PC1245||GREAT FALLS, MT||(-23) ON AUGUST 20, 2005, A PILATUS, PC-12/45, N4TS, WAS INBOUND VFR TO GREAT FALLS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (GTF), GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WITH A PILOT, 6 PASSENGERS, AND 2 DOGS ON BOARD, WHEN UPON LANDING HARD AT GTF ON RUNWAY 21, THE NOSE WHEEL ASSEMBLY DEPARTED THE AIRCRAFT. THE AIRCRAFT SLID APPROXIMATELY 1300 FEET DOWN THE RUNWAY AND CAME TO REST WITH THE NOSE GEAR STILL EXTENDED. THERE WAS NO FIRE OR DAMAGE TO THE AIRFRAME AND ALL OCCUPANTS EXITED THE AIRCRAFT WITH NO INJURIES. THERE WAS DAMAGE TO THE PROPELLER AND THE NOSE GEAR WHEEL FORK. IT APPEARS THAT THE AIRCRAFT HIT HARD ON THE NOSE GEAR UPON LANDING CAUSING THE NOSE GEAR WHEEL FORK ASSEMBLY TO FAIL. THIS INCIDENT IS CONSIDERED CLOSED.||2005-08-20|
|N4TS||BEECH||C90||FT WAYNE, IN||AIRCRAFT COLLIDED WITH THE GROUND IN UNCONTROLLED DESCENT. PILOT HAD RADIO CONTACT INDICATING GYRO PROBLEMS.||1983-10-24|
|N4TS||BEECH||C90||During LANDING - PILOT HAD TROUBLE CONTROLLING ENGINE SPEED DURING LANDING ROLL.FOUND PARTS HAD BEEN INSTALLED IMPROPERLY AT PROP O/H.||1983-01-17|
Aircraft Lookup allows anyone to quickly search public datasets published by various aviation administrative services as well as marketplaces and other private aviation data providers in the United States. These datasets provide valuable insight into the history and maintenance record of any aircraft registered in the US. When you provide an N-Number above, we cross reference historical SDR, FAA, and NTSB datasets to identify any relevant records related to that N-Number.
As you may be aware, N-Numbers are not connected to an aircraft for the life of that aircraft - N-Numbers may be deregistered, and re-registered to completely different aircraft. For that reason, please confirm that the details of any search result correspond to the make and model you intended to pull records for.
SDR, FAA, and NTSB databases are provided as follows:
The Service Difficulty Reports (SDR) dataset is defined as "[t]he reports submitted by certificate holders and certificated repair stations, known as service difficulty reports (SDR's), provide the FAA with airworthiness statistical data necessary for planning, directing, controlling, and evaluating certain assigned safety-related programs." This data is, in its raw form, a tab-delimited file with encoded field headers.
The FAA Registration dataset is fairly straightforward - it is a listing of current registrations (along with addresses, aircraft serial number, and other basic metadata) at any point in time. The registration data is a comma delimited file that has named fields at the top of each file. The FAA provides historical data on their site for the previous few years.
The FAA Accident/Incident dataset covers a range of accidents and incidents that may or may not overlap with NTSB data. Typically, more significant crashes are covered by NTSB data while less significant crashes are more comprehensively covered by the FAA Accident/Incident data, which will frequently include minor events like gear-up landings and so forth. The data provided by the FAA is in a tab-delimited file with encoded field headers.
The NTSB investigation dataset is distinct from the FAA dataset. While the number of accidents or incidents they cover are less numerous, the depth at which they are covered is significantly deeper when reported by the NTSB. While each record from the NTSB contains incredible amounts of metadata related to people responsible for the flight, prevailing meteorological conditions at the time of flight, and passengers aboard, this aircraft lookup tool only provides basic summary data. The full dataset is provided as a series of Microsoft access file databases on the NTSB site.