The Cirrus SR20, with the pilot as the sole occupant, had departed from Gloucestershire in the United Kingdom for a flight to Osnabruck Atterheide in Germany. The aircraft disappeared from the radar of air traffic control when it flew along the Dutch coastline. Parts of the aircraft have been found in the North Sea.

The accident was probably caused by the aircraft stalling after the pilot had become
disoriented as a result of the lack of visual references due to the poor visibility.

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Berging wrakstukken neergestort vliegtuig Petten

Berging wrakstukken neergestort vliegtuig Petten
De Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid en Rijkswaterstaat hebben gisteren de eerste delen geborgen van het Cirrus SR-20 sportvliegtuig dat op maandag…

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Theme Aviation

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Type Shortened Investigation

Status Completed

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