Aircraft Report for n51380



Registration History for n51380







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N51380 CESSNA 172P 17274305 EVERETT, WA Aircraft registered to AIRCRAFT LEASING INC, airworthiness date 1980-10-20, expiration date 2026-01-31, serial number 17274305. 2022-10-12
N51380 CESSNA 172P 17274305 EVERETT, WA Aircraft registered to AIRCRAFT LEASING INC, airworthiness date 1980-10-20, expiration date 2023-01-31, serial number 17274305. 2019-12-06
N51380 CESSNA 172P 17274305 EVERETT, WA Aircraft registered to AIRCRAFT LEASING INC, airworthiness date 1980-10-20, expiration date 2020-01-31, serial number 17274305. 2016-09-13
N51380 CESSNA 172P 17274305 EVERETT, WA Aircraft registered to AIRCRAFT LEASING INC, airworthiness date 1980-10-20, expiration date 2020-01-31, serial number 17274305. 2016-09-13
N51380 CESSNA 172P 17274305 EVERETT, WA Aircraft registered to AIRCRAFT LEASING INC, airworthiness date 1980-10-20, expiration date 2017-01-31, serial number 17274305. 2013-09-27
N51380 CESSNA 172P 17274305 EVERETT, WA Aircraft registered to AIRCRAFT LEASING INC, airworthiness date 1980-10-20, expiration date 2014-01-31, serial number 17274305. 2011-01-14

Accident History for n51380



N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N51380 CESSNA 172P BELLINGHAM, WA DURING LANDING ON RWY 34, AIRCRAFT BALLOONED PRIOR TOUCHDOWN DURING FLAIR. PIC DECREASED PITCH, RESULTING IN A HARD LANDING. PIC THEN LOST CONTROL AS THE AIRCRAFT ROLLED TO THE RIGHT, STRIKING THE RIGHT WINGTIP. THE AIRCRAFT THEN ROLLED TO THE LEFT, STRIKING THE LEFT WING TIP AND NOSE. AIRCRAFT THEN CARTWHEELED ONTO ITS BACK COMING TO A REST ON THE RUNWAY. 2021-04-14
N51380 CESSNA 172P FRIDAY HARBOR, WA FAILED TO FLARE ON NIGHT LANDING. NOSE GEARS SLAMMED ONTO RUNWAY. DAMAGED WING STRUCTURE. LIMITED NIGHT TIME. 1996-04-03

Service Difficulty Reports for n51380



N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N51380 CESSNA 172P During INSP/MAINT - WINDSHIELD BENT INWARD. APPROX .0125 CENTER PORTION OF WINDSHIELD. 1985-08-16
N51380 CESSNA 172P During DESCENT - WINDSHIELD OIL CANS INWARD AS MUCH AS 2 INCHES IN A SLIGHT DIVE AT ABOUT 130 MPH. 1985-08-27

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