Aircraft Report for n88wf



Registration History for n88wf







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N88WF CIRRUS DESIGN CORP SR22 3860 MOORESVILLE, NC Aircraft registered to LUCKY 8 AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2012-06-22, expiration date 2024-07-31, serial number 3860. 2021-02-11
N88WF CIRRUS DESIGN CORP SR22 3860 MOORESVILLE, NC Aircraft registered to LUCKY 8 AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2012-06-22, expiration date 2021-07-31, serial number 3860. 2018-07-19
N88WF CIRRUS DESIGN CORP SR22 3860 MOORESVILLE, NC Aircraft registered to LUCKY 8 AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2012-06-22, expiration date 2018-07-31, serial number 3860. 2015-08-17
N88WF CIRRUS DESIGN CORP SR22 3860 MOORESVILLE, NC Aircraft registered to LUCKY 8 AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2012-06-22, expiration date 2018-07-31, serial number 3860. 2015-08-17
N88WF CIRRUS DESIGN CORP SR22 3860 GREENWICH, CT Aircraft registered to LUCKY 8 AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2012-06-22, expiration date 2015-07-31, serial number 3860. 2012-07-10
N88WF FERGUSON WILLIAM B DELTA HAWK 40H WATERVILLE, OH Aircraft registered to FERGUSON WILLIAM B, serial number 40H. 1992-08-19

Accident History for n88wf


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N88WF CIRRUS SR22 SALISBURY, NC PILOT IN COMMAND STATEMENT: WHILE LANDING AT KRUQ I FELT A SHIMMY AND PULL TO THE RIGHT. I USED LEFT RUDDER TO COUNTER THE PULL TO THE RIGHT. AS THE AIRCRAFT SLOWED DOWN, THE RUDDER NATURALLY LOST AUTHORITY. I USED MAXIMUM LEFT BRAKE TO CORRECT THE PULL TO THE RIGHT. EVENTUALLY THE BLOWN RIGHT TIRE PRODUCED ENOUGH DRAG TO OVERPOWER THE LEFT RUDDER AND BRAKE. THE AIRPLANE DEPARTED THE RUNWAY TO THE RIGHT. THE AIRCRAFT CAME TO A STOP IN THE GRASS TO THE RIGHT OF THE RUNWAY. PIC ALSO STATED IT WAS A NORMAL LANDING. SEE PTRS# EA68201903714 2019-09-04

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