Aircraft Report for n9334h



Registration History for n9334h







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N9334H CESSNA 172M 17266092 COLLEGE PARK, MD Aircraft registered to FREE STATE FLYING CLUB, airworthiness date 1975-10-16, expiration date 2024-07-31, serial number 17266092. 2021-04-08
N9334H CESSNA 172M 17266092 COLLEGE PARK, MD Aircraft registered to FREE STATE FLYING CLUB, airworthiness date 1975-10-16, expiration date 2021-07-31, serial number 17266092. 2018-02-24
N9334H CESSNA 172M 17266092 COLLEGE PARK, MD Aircraft registered to FREE STATE FLYING CLUB, airworthiness date 1975-10-16, expiration date 2018-07-31, serial number 17266092. 2015-03-28
N9334H CESSNA 172M 17266092 COLLEGE PARK, MD Aircraft registered to FREE STATE FLYING CLUB, airworthiness date 1975-10-16, expiration date 2018-07-31, serial number 17266092. 2015-03-28
N9334H CESSNA 172M 17266092 COLLEGE PARK, MD Aircraft registered to FREE STATE FLYING CLUB, airworthiness date 1975-10-16, expiration date 2015-07-31, serial number 17266092. 2013-01-18
N9334H CESSNA 172M 17266092 COLLEGE PARK, MD Aircraft registered to FREE STATE FLYING CLUB, airworthiness date 1975-10-16, expiration date 2015-07-31, serial number 17266092. 2012-07-02

Accident History for n9334h


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N9334H CESSNA 172M SANFORD, NC (-23) PILOT STATED APPROACH WAS NORMAL. TOUCHED DOWN JUST PAST THE NUMBERS WITHIN APPROXIMATELY 200 FEET. PILOT ENCOUNTERED GUST OF WIND, LOST CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT. LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR STRUCK TAXIWAY SIGN. LANDING GEAR COLLAPSED. (.4) ON JANUARY 13, 2002, AT 0915 EASTERN STANDARD TIME, A CESSNA 172M, N9334H, OPERATED BY A PRIVATE PILOT, UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF TITLE 14 CFR PART 91, EXPERIENCED A WIND GUST ON LANDING. THE PERSONNEL FLIGHT AT SANFORD LEE COUNTY AIRPORT, SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA. VISUAL METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS PREVAILED AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT AND NO FLIGHT PLAN WAS FILED. THE PRIVATE PILOT AND HIS PASSENGERS DID NOT RECEIVED ANY INJURIES. THE AIRPLANE SUSTAINED SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE. THE FLIGHT DEPARTED SANFORD LEE COUNTY AIRPORT, INSANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA, AT 0915. ACCORDING TO THE PILOT, HE EXPERIENCE A STRONG CROSSWIND FROM THE RIGHT WHILE ON APPROACH FOR RUNWAY 21. THE PILOT STATED THAT HE WAS CRABBED ABOUT 25 DEGREES TOWARD THE RUNWAY, AT 85 KNOTS ABEAM THE NUMBERS. THE PILOT STATED THAT WHEN HE TURNED FINAL HE ADDED HIS THIRD NOTCH OF FLAPS AND TRIMMED THE AIRPLANE TO 70 KNOTS. THE PILOT ST ATED WHEN HE WAS CERTAIN HE COULD MAKE THE FIELD HE ADDED THE LAST NOTCH OF FLAPS. THE PILOT STATED THAT WHEN THE AIRPLANE TOUCHED DOWN, THE NOSE OF THE AIRPLANE WENT TO THE RIGHT. THE AIRPLANE THEN STARTED A RIGHT SKID. THE PILOT STATED THAT THE AIRPLANE "TIPPED TO THE LEFT" AND HE LOST DIRECTIONAL CONTROL. THE AIRPLANE SKIDDED OFF OF THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE RUNWAY, AND COLLIDED WITH A RUNWAY SIGN. EXAMINATION OF THE AIRPLANE REVEALED, THE LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR COLLAPSED.THE LEFT STABILIZER WAS DAMAGED AND A HOLE WAS PUNCTURED IN THE RIGHT STABILIZER. THE EXAMINATION OF THE AIRPLANE FAILED TO REVEAL A MECHANICAL PROBLEM. ACCORDING TO THE PILOT, THE RUNWAY SURFACE WAS WET FROM RAIN THE PREVIOUS NIGHT. THE REPORTED WINDS AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT WERE 290 DEGREES AT 10 KNOTS WITH GUST TO 18 KNOTS. 2002-01-13

Service Difficulty Reports for n9334h





N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N9334H CESSNA 172M During INSP/MAINT - AIRBOX FRONT SUPPORT BRACKET WAS FOUND CRACKED AT THE STARTER. THIS PART WAS REPLACED AT THE ANNUAL INSPECTION IN 2010. 2012-02-02
N9334H CESSNA 172 During INSP/MAINT - FOUND CRANK SHAFT SEAL LEAKING BETWEEN SEAL & CASE.SEAL HAD BEEN ROTATING WITH CRANKSHAFT.SEAL 1-8 IN SMALLER OD 1976-03-11
N9334H CESSNA 172M During INSP/MAINT - BOTH MAIN WHEEL HUB ASSYS CRACKED IN WEBBING AROUND THREADED HOLES FOR CAP SCREWS. 1977-06-15
N9334H CESSNA 172M During INSP/MAINT - COMPLIANCE WITH AD74-20-10 FOUND CORROSION ON PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD 1978-01-16

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