Aircraft Report for n8353f



Registration History for n8353f







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N8353F HUGHES 369D 1260062D NORTH SALT LAKE, UT Aircraft registered to TVPX AIRCRAFT SOLUTIONS INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2004-10-25, expiration date 2025-08-31, serial number 1260062D. 2022-03-29
N8353F HUGHES 369D 1260062D NORTH SALT LAKE, UT Aircraft registered to TVPX AIRCRAFT SOLUTIONS INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2004-10-25, expiration date 2022-08-31, serial number 1260062D. 2019-08-05
N8353F HUGHES 369D 1260062D GETTYSBURG, PA Aircraft registered to HAVERFIELD INTERNATIONAL INC, airworthiness date 2004-10-25, expiration date 2020-10-31, serial number 1260062D. 2017-06-07
N8353F HUGHES 369D 1260062D GETTYSBURG, PA Aircraft registered to HAVERFIELD INTERNATIONAL INC, airworthiness date 2004-10-25, expiration date 2017-10-31, serial number 1260062D. 2014-05-13
N8353F HUGHES 369D 1260062D GETTYSBURG, PA Aircraft registered to HAVERFIELD INTERNATIONAL INC, airworthiness date 2004-10-25, expiration date 2017-10-31, serial number 1260062D. 2014-05-13
N8353F HUGHES 369D 1260062D GETTYSBURG, PA Aircraft registered to HAVERFIELD INTERNATIONAL INC, airworthiness date 2004-10-25, expiration date 2014-10-31, serial number 1260062D. 2011-10-19

Accident History for n8353f




N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N8353F HUGHES 369D HUNTINGTON TWN, OH (-23) IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING A POWER CHECK AT 70% TORQUE AT 500' AGL, THE ENGINE LOST POWER AND SPOOLED DOWN. THE PILOT THEN EXECUTED A SUCCESSFUL AUTOROTATION INTO A FIELD. 2007-06-18
N8353F HUGHES 369D , (-23)N8353F, A HU-369-D HELICOPTER RECEIVED SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE WHEN A WEIGHT FROM AN ANIMAL NET HIT A MAIN ROTOR BLADE. THIS NET WAS SHOT FROM THE HELICOPTER UTILIZING A 308 CALABAR CARTRIDGE TO CAPTURE ELK ON THE HANFORD RESERVATION. THE ESTIMATED REPLACEMENT COST OF THE ROTOR BLADE IS $7,400. FAA INVESTIGATION REVEALED THAT THE HELICOPTER WAS BEING OPERATED FOR THE NATIONAL FISH & WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT UNDER "PUBLIC USE". THE AIRCRAFT IS OWNED AND OPERATED BY HAWKINS & POWERS AVIATION INC. OF GREYBULL, WYOMING. THERE WERE NO INJURIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ACCIDENT. 2002-04-11
N8353F HUGHES 369D ELY, NV (-23) ON 1/23/01, ABOUT 0745 PST, N8353F SUSTAINED DAMAGE DURING A HARD LANDING (OFF AIRPORT) AFTER THE ENGINE QUIT DURING AN AUTOROTATION. THE MAIN ROTOR SEVERED THE TAIL BOOM BUT THE HELICOPTER STAYED UPRIGHT. THE PILOT AND THREE PASSENGERS EXITED THE A/C WITH NO INJURIES. THE PILOT REPORTED THAT DURING THE CRUISE FLIGHT THE TORQUE METER FLUCTUATED, THE POWER WAS DECREASING, THE PILOT STARTED A DESCENT. ABOUT 10 SECONDS LATER THE CHIP LIGHT CAME ON AND ABOUT 15 SECONDS LATER HE HEARD A LOUD BANG AND THE ENGINE QUIT. 2001-01-23

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