Dutch Safety Board publishes safety alert for air investigation ‘Emergency landing following loss of engine power’

The Dutch Safety Board is currently investigating an occurrence whereby on 25 June of this year, a Cessna 208B with a pilot and 17 parachutists on board was forced to make an emergency landing following loss of engine power. During the investigation, a technical defect in the engine was identified. The Dutch Safety Board has decided to share its findings with the aviation sector by issuing a safety alert. This type of engine is in use worldwide. 

Read the safety alert here. The investigation into the accident involving the Cessna 208B is still ongoing, see our research page