Aircraft Report for n5921c



Registration History for n5921c







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N5921C BEECH C35 D-3281 GRAND RAPIDS, MI Aircraft registered to TRIESENBERG STEPHANIE L, expiration date 2023-07-31, serial number D-3281. 2020-07-06
N5921C BEECH C35 D-3281 ENGLAND, AR Aircraft registered to 3 L'S AVIATION LLC, expiration date 2023-02-28, serial number D-3281. 2019-09-10
N5921C BEECH C35 D-3281 ENGLAND, AR Aircraft registered to 3 L'S AVIATION LLC, expiration date 2020-02-29, serial number D-3281. 2017-02-06
N5921C BEECH C35 D-3281 CLINTON, AR Aircraft registered to PETERSEN L WALTER, expiration date 2017-01-31, serial number D-3281. 2013-08-12
N5921C BEECH C35 D-3281 CLINTON, AR Aircraft registered to PETERSEN L WALTER, expiration date 2014-01-31, serial number D-3281. 2011-01-25
N5921C BEECH C35 D-3281 ENGLAND, AR Aircraft registered to REGISTRATION PENDING, serial number D-3281. 2016-09-07

Accident History for n5921c





N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N5921C BEECH C35 VAN BUREN, AR ON NOVEMBER 12, 2012, AT 1010 CST A BEECHCRAFT V35 LOST POWER AND MADE AN EMERGENCY LANDING ON HWY 59 NEAR VAN BUREN, AR. VISUAL METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS PREVAILED AT THE TIME. NO FLIGHT PLAN WAS FILED. THERE WAS NO DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT AND THE PILOT (SOLE OCCUPANT) SUSTAINED NO INJURIES. THE FLIGHT ORIGINATED FROM 2A2 HOLLY MOUNTAIN AIRPARK, CLINTON, AR. 2012-11-12
N5921C AUGUSTA, KS PILOT RETRACTED GEAR DURING ROLLOUT. 1998-04-06
N5921C BEECH 35BEECH COLUMBIA, IL PILOT STATED HE FORGOT TO LOWER LANDING GEAR. LANDED GEAR UP. 1992-06-28
N5921C BEECH C35BEECH COLDWATER, MI ENGINE STOPPED DUE TO A LEAK IN A FUEL LINE. NO DAMAGE OR INJURIES IN THE FORCED LANDING. 1980-09-07

Service Difficulty Reports for n5921c


N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N5921C BEECH C35BEECH During INSP/MAINT - RUBBER HOSE FROM FIREWALL TO PUMP HARDEN AND CRACKED ALLOWING AIR TO BE SUCKED I NTO FUEL FLOW. 1980-09-29

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