Aircraft Report for 1982 Cessna Citation isp

Last Located in Carbondale, IL USA

First collected 217 weeks ago

Last Listed Price: Not Listed

Price Evaluation: No Price Evaluation Available
Price Estimate: $429,105

Predicted Price Confidence: Less Confident

Typical List Price Range: $280,675 - $615,841

Market Context
  • Number of similar currently available aircraft: 42
  • Number of similar registered aircraft: 92

Registration Number: N66BK
Total Time: 4,611
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 0
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 5
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 1


Registration History for n66bk






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N66BK CESSNA 501 501-0254 BRENTWOOD, TN Aircraft registered to JL&GL PRODUCTIONS LP, airworthiness date 1982-05-05, expiration date 2023-03-31, serial number 501-0254. 2020-03-02
N66BK CESSNA 501 501-0254 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to SPENCER TRACY LTD, airworthiness date 1982-05-05, expiration date 2022-08-31, serial number 501-0254. 2019-03-18
N66BK CESSNA 501 501-0254 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to SPENCER TRACY LTD, airworthiness date 1982-05-05, expiration date 2019-08-31, serial number 501-0254. 2016-08-25
N66BK CESSNA 501 501-0254 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to SPENCER TRACY LTD, airworthiness date 1982-05-05, expiration date 2019-08-31, serial number 501-0254. 2016-08-25
N66BK CESSNA 501 501-0254 DICKINSON, ND Aircraft registered to FISHER SAND & GRAVEL CO, airworthiness date 1982-05-05, expiration date 2015-05-31, serial number 501-0254. 2012-05-04

Accident History for n66bk


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N66BK CESSNA 501 SMYRNA, TN ON MAY 29,2021, ABOUT 1055 CST, N66BK, A CE-501, WAS DESTROYED WHEN IT IMPACTED LAKE PERCY PRIEST SHORTLY AFTER TAKEOFF FROM KMQY, SMYRNA TENNESSEE. THE PILOT, THE PILOT RATED PASSENGER, AND THE FIVE PASSENGERS WERE FATALLY INJURED. THE AIRPLANE WAS OPERATING UNDER PART 91. THE FLIGHT WAS FILED IFR, DESTINED FOR KBI. PRIOR TO DEPARTURE 414 GAL OF JET A WERE ADDED TO TOP OFF THE AIRCRAFT FOR A TOTAL OF 574 GAL. N66BK TAXIED TO RWY 32 FOR DEPARTURE. PILOT WAS CLEARED FOR T/O AND INSTRUCTED TO FLY HDG 090 AND CLIMB TO 3000 FEET. N66BK DEPARTED AT 1053:06 AND MADE A CLIMBING RIGHT TURN AND WAS INSTRUCTED TO CONTACT BNA APPROACH. AT 1054:27 DEPARTURE CONTROL ASKED IF THEY WERE "ON FREQUENCY". THE PILOT RESPONDED WITH "N66BK IS WITH YOU". THE CONTROLLER INSTRUCTED N66BK TO TURN TO A HDG OF 130 WITH NO RESPONSE. AT 1054:46, THE CONTROLLER ASKED N66BK IF THE PILOT COPIED THE HDG INSTRUCTIONS. THE PILOT RESPONDED WITH 130....KB. AT 1055:11, THE CONTROLLER INSTRUCTED N66BK TO CLIMB AND MAINTAIN 15,000 FT MSL, BUT THERE WAS NO RESPONSE. CONTROLLER ATTEMPTED NUMEROUS TIMES TO CONTACT N66BK BUT NO FURTHER COMMUNICATION WAS ESTABLISHED. A REVIEW OF RADAR DATA REVEALED THE AIRPLANE MADE A SERIES OF HEADING CHANGES ALONG WITH SEVERAL CLIMBS AND DESCENTS BEFORE IT ENTERED A STEEP, DESCENDING LEFT-HAND TURN. THE LAST RADAR RETURN INDICATED THE AIRPLANE WAS AT AN ALTITUDE OF 700 FT MSL, DESCENDING AT 31,000 FPM, ON A HEADING OF 090 DEGREES. A WITNESS WAS FISHING ON THE BANK DESCRIBED THE WEATHER AS A LOW CEILING AND MIST. THE WITNESS HEARD WHAT HE THOUGHT WAS A LOW FLYING MIILITARY JET BEFORE HE SAW THE AIRPLANE IMPACT THE LAKE IN A "STRAIGHT DOWN" ATTITUDE. HE DID NOT SEE ANY EVIDENCE OF FIRE OR AN EXPLOSION PRIOR TO IMPACT. AT 1056, THE WEATHER REPORTED AT KMQY WAS WIND AT 310/10, VIS 10MI, OVC 1300 FT. TEMP 14C, DEW POINT 12C, ALTIMETER 30.04 WEIGHT & BALANCE / CG ANALYSIS WAS CONDUCTED BY TEXTRON AVIATION WITH THE DATA AVAILABLE. UTILIZING THE ORIGINAL AIRCRAFT WEIGHT, OCCUPANT WEIGHTS, 22LBS OF BAGGAGE AND FULL FUEL. AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT WAS 11,305 VS MAX T/O WEIGHT OF 11,850. AIRCRAFT CG WAS COMPUTED SHOWING THE MOST AFT CG IS OUTSIDE THE REAR CG ENVELOP, THE MOST FORWARD CG IS JUST INSIDE THE REAR ENVELOPE. A REVIEW OF THE PILOT'S LOGBOOK REVEALED HE HAD A TOTAL FLIGHT TIME OF 1680.5 HOURS, OF WHICH 83 HOURS WERE IN THE ACCIDENT AIRCRAFT. THE PILOT HAD LOGGED A TOTAL OF 39.8 HOURS OF ACTUAL INST TIME WITH 5.9 HOURS IN THE ACCIDENT AIRPLANE. PILOT IN COMMAND RECEIVED FLIGHT TRAINING FROM ^PRIVACY DATA OMITTED^ WHICH RESULTED IN UNSATISFACTORY PERFORCE AND WAS NOT AFFORDED AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A PRACTICAL EVALUATION. ADDITIONAL FLIGHT TRAINING WAS SOUGHT UNDER PART 61 AND RESULTED IN THE ISSUANCE OF A CE-501 TYPE RATING. NO PILOT IN COMMAND PROFICIENCY CHECK WAS CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH 61.58 2021-05-29

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