Aircraft Report for n507ak



Registration History for n507ak






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N507AK CUB CRAFTERS INC CC11-100 CC11-00019 BROOKVILLE, IN Aircraft registered to LOHREY TIMOTHY R, airworthiness date 2007-04-05, expiration date 2023-08-31, serial number CC11-00019. 2020-08-11
N507AK CUB CRAFTERS INC CC11-100 CC11-00019 COFFEEVILLE, MS Aircraft registered to BAILEY COLEY L JR, airworthiness date 2007-04-05, expiration date 2020-09-30, serial number CC11-00019. 2017-09-12
N507AK CUB CRAFTERS INC CC11-100 CC11-00019 VEEDERSBURG, IN Aircraft registered to ANDERSON JOHN, airworthiness date 2007-04-05, expiration date 2019-07-31, serial number CC11-00019. 2016-02-08
N507AK CUB CRAFTERS INC CC11-100 CC11-00019 VEEDERSBURG, IN Aircraft registered to ANDERSON JOHN, airworthiness date 2007-04-05, expiration date 2016-07-31, serial number CC11-00019. 2013-07-15
N507AK CUB CRAFTERS INC CC11-100 CC11-00019 HARRISON TOWNSHIP, MI Aircraft registered to STRATO CLUB INC, airworthiness date 2007-04-05, expiration date 2014-05-31, serial number CC11-00019. 2011-05-09

Accident History for n507ak



N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N507AK CUBCFT CC11100 AVOCA, MI ON TAKEOFF, A CROSSWIND (APPROX 18 KT) PUSHED THE A/C OFF THE DESIRED ROUTE ABOUT 25 FEET. PILOT TRIED TO CORRECT BUT COULD NOT. THE LEFT WING HIT A TREE AND THE A/C SPINNED 180 DEGREES BEFORE COMING TO A STOP. THERE WAS MINIMAL DAMAGE TO THE A/C AND THERE WERE NO INJURIES. 2008-05-25
N507AK CUBCFT CC11100 CLYDE, MI (-23) PLANE LANDED ON GRASS STRIP AND PILOT APPLIED BRAKES DURING LANDING ROLLOUT AND PILOT STATED THAT THE BRAKES LOCKED UP. THEN AIRCRAFT STARTED TO NOSE OVER AND HE APPLIED MORE POWER AND PULLED BACK ON STICK BUT PROP STRUCK GROUND CAUSING AIRCRAFT TO FLIP OVER. 2007-06-22

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