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  1. Hyett6420

    Mooney down in Europe

    This was posted in the EMPOA site. It is a newspaper article. Translated from the German. Ill post more when i know Saarbrücken / SCN. A tragic accident occurred at the Saarbrücken airport around 11:50 am on Thursday afternoon. A small aircraft of type Mooney M 20 missed the runway because of heavy fog at the landing approach. The only inmate, a pilot from the Stuttgart area, was immediately dead, an airport spokesman said. According to the authorities, no other persons were harmed. At present, the airport in Saarbrücken is fully blocked and the flight has been discontinued until further notice. Experts are currently securing the accident site. Published on Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 13:44 (Tom) - On Thursday morning, a single-engine Mooney M 20 T aircraft crashed at Saarbrücken-Ensheim airport. The pilot lost his life. He was alone in the machine. Corresponding media reports were confirmed by the press officer of the airport, Dr. Ludwin Vogel, the Luxemburger Wort. The pilot had attempted landing by means of an instrument approach on the airport's equipped eastern runway, Vogel said. From a previously unresolved cause, the aircraft then hit the taxiway next to the runway. The investigations into the cause of the crash run.