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Crash of a Partenavia P.68B Victor on Endelave Island

Date & Time: Jun 3, 2018 at 1422 LT
Type of aircraft:
Operator:
Registration:
D-GATA
Flight Type:
Survivors:
Yes
Schedule:
Rendsburg - Endelave Island
MSN:
82
YOM:
1977
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
1
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
3
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
0
Captain / Total flying hours:
950
Captain / Total hours on type:
70.00
Aircraft flight hours:
3260
Circumstances:
The accident occurred during a private VFR flight from EDXR (Rendsburg-Schachtholm) to Endelave (EKEL). When arriving overhead EKEL, the pilot made a visual inspection of the airstrip conditions. Upon a low approach at a shallow angle to runway 29 at EKEL, the pilot on short final reduced engine power and initiated the flare. Approximately 10 meters in front of the beginning of runway 29, the aircraft landed in a wheat field, and the main landing gear touched down at and collided with an upslope roadside next to a road crossing perpendicularly to the beginning of runway 29. When colliding with the upslope roadside, the left main landing gear collapsed. The aircraft started veering uncontrollably to the left and ran off the side of the airstrip. In the grass parking area next to the airstrip, the left wing of the aircraft collided with the nose landing gear of a parked aircraft. The aircraft continued veering to the left, impacted with a tree and a farm building, and came to rest. After impact with the tree and the farm building, the aircraft caught an explosive fire. Witnesses observing the landing and the impact with the tree and the farm building initiated a rescue mission. The aircraft was totally destroyed by a post crash fire and all four occupants were injured.
Probable cause:
An undershoot landing and touchdown at an upslope roadside next to a road crossing perpendicularly to the beginning of runway 29 resulted in a left main landing gear collapse. The aircraft uncontrollably veered to the left, ran off the side of the airstrip, collided with a parked aircraft, and impacted with a tree and a farm building. The aircraft caught an explosive fire. The resolute actions by witnesses and the local community in combination with an effective rescue mission were the difference between fatal and serious injuries.
Final Report:

Crash of a Partenavia P.68 Observer in Roskilde: 2 killed

Date & Time: Mar 6, 2013 at 1727 LT
Type of aircraft:
Operator:
Registration:
OY-CAG
Survivors:
No
Schedule:
Billund - Roskilde
MSN:
243-03-0B
YOM:
1981
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
1
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
1
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
2
Captain / Total flying hours:
13973
Aircraft flight hours:
8370
Aircraft flight cycles:
8400
Circumstances:
Aircraft was engaged in a bird control mission over the center of Denmark and left Billund Airport in the afternoon. On final approach to Roskilde runway 03, pilot abandoned the descent and started a go around due to the presence of a slower aircraft. While climbing, aircraft stalled and crashed near runway 03. Both occupants were killed.
Probable cause:
Final approach and go around procedure were non-standard. Accident was caused by a stall during the climb and the distance between the aircraft and the ground was insufficient to complete a recovery. Weather conditions were not considered as a contributory factor.
Final Report:

Crash of a Piper PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage near Roskilde: 2 killed

Date & Time: Sep 16, 1989
Operator:
Registration:
OY-CEZ
Flight Phase:
Flight Type:
Survivors:
Yes
MSN:
46-22030
YOM:
1989
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
1
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
3
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
2
Circumstances:
Shortly after takeoff from Roskilde Airport, the engine failed. The pilot lost control of the aircraft that crashed in Hedeland, about 4 km northeast of the airfield. The pilot and one passenger were killed while two other passengers were seriously injured.
Probable cause:
Engine failure for unknown reasons.

Crash of a Cessna 421B Golden Eagle I off Kalundborg: 5 killed

Date & Time: Jul 29, 1986
Registration:
OY-BUS
Flight Phase:
Flight Type:
Survivors:
No
Schedule:
Roskilde - Luton
MSN:
421B-0615
YOM:
1974
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
1
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
4
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
5
Circumstances:
Before takeoff from Roskilde Airport, the pilot received a weather briefing and was informed about the presence of thunderstorm activity over Denmark. All four passengers, two Directors of the Company and their wifes, were flying to London to go to an Opera. About 15 minutes into the flight, the twin engine aircraft went through clouds when it encountered severe turbulences. One of the wing tip tank detached and out of control, the aircraft entered a dive and crashed in the Great Belt off Kalundborg. The aircraft was destroyed and all five occupants were killed.
Probable cause:
In-flight loss of control due to thunderstorm activity and turbulences.

Crash of an Airspeed AS.10 Oxford 2 in Roskilde

Date & Time: Jul 31, 1959
Type of aircraft:
Registration:
OY-FAS
Flight Type:
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
0
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
0
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
0
Circumstances:
While approaching Roskilde Airport, the twin engine aircraft crashed in unknown circumstances in a field located in Snoldelev-Hastrup, less than 3 km southeast from the airport. The crew fate remains unknown and the aircraft was written off.

Crash of a Douglas C-47A-75-DL in Køge

Date & Time: Oct 4, 1946 at 1900 LT
Operator:
Registration:
42-100915
Flight Phase:
Flight Type:
Survivors:
Yes
Schedule:
Bremen - Stockholm
MSN:
19378
YOM:
1944
Location:
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
3
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
0
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
0
Circumstances:
The crew left Bremen Airport at the end of the afternoon to deliver the aircraft to Aero O/Y in Finland, with an intermediate stop in Stockholm-Bromma. While overflying Denmark, the crew encountered a fuel exhaustion and was forced to attempt an emergency landing in a snow field located 1,600 meters south of Køge. On touchdown, the aircraft overturned and came to rest upside down. While all three crew members were uninjured, the aircraft was written off.
Probable cause:
Fuel exhaustion.

Crash of a Douglas DC-3A in Køge: 22 killed

Date & Time: Sep 3, 1946
Type of aircraft:
Operator:
Registration:
F-BAOB
Flight Phase:
Survivors:
No
Schedule:
Copenhagen – Paris
MSN:
11714
YOM:
1943
Location:
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
5
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
17
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
22
Circumstances:
Few minutes after its departure from Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport, while climbing, the aircraft went out of control, dove into the ground and crashed in a field located in Køge, about 35 km southwest of the airfield. The aircraft was destroyed by impact forces and all 22 occupants were killed.
Crew:
Jean Faucher, pilot,
Pierre Pabiot, copilot,
Pierre Le bail, radio navigator,
Maurice Roger, mechanic,
Mrs Deschamps, stewardess.
Probable cause:
It appears that the loss of control was caused by the failure of an engine.

Crash of a Consolidated B-24H-15-FO Liberator in Lolland: 3 killed

Date & Time: Apr 9, 1944 at 1115 LT
Operator:
Registration:
42-52569
Flight Phase:
Flight Type:
Survivors:
Yes
Schedule:
Attlebridge - Attlebridge
MSN:
1284
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
10
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
0
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
3
Circumstances:
The bomber left RAF Attlebridge in the morning with Tutow Aerodrome as its target. En route, while cruising in formation with three other similar aircraft at an altitude of 22,000 feet, the aircraft suffered an engine failure. Unable to maintain the prescribed altitude in the formation, the captain decided to leave the formation and while joining another one, the aircraft was attacked by enemy fire. Eight crew members bailed out when the aircraft went out of control and crashed in an open field located near Lolland, Denmark. The two last crew members were killed while another occupant was killed as his parachute did not open.
Crew (466th BG):
2nd Lt Albert J. Taft, pilot,
2nd Lt Fernando A. Tellez, copilot,
2nd Lt Robert A. Marsh, navigator,
2nd Lt William T. Spitler, bombardier,
S/Sgt Donald C. Olson, radio operator,
T/Sgt Edward H. Gore, engineer,
Sgt Richard A. Johnson, ball turret gunner,
Sgt Gerrard Horton, tail gunner, †
Sgt Forest E. Kayser, right waist gunner, †
Sgt Zvonimir P. Sambol, left waist gunner, †
Probable cause:
Engine fire and shot down by enemy fire.

Crash of an Avro 679 Manchester IA in Store Lind: 1 killed

Date & Time: May 9, 1942 at 0220 LT
Type of aircraft:
Operator:
Registration:
L7489
Flight Phase:
Flight Type:
Survivors:
Yes
Schedule:
Skellingthorpe - Skellingthorpe
Location:
Country:
Region:
Crew on board:
7
Crew fatalities:
Pax on board:
0
Pax fatalities:
Other fatalities:
Total fatalities:
1
Circumstances:
The aircraft left RAF Skellingthorpe at 2146LT on May 8 on a bombing mission to Hamburg, Germany. While overflying Denmark by night, the captain ordered his crew to abandon the aircraft for unclear reasons. Six crew members bailed out while the captain remain seated in the cockpit until the aircraft crashed in a field located in Store Lind, some 8 km southwest of Stege, on Møn Island. All six other crew were unhurt and rescued.
Crew (50th Squadron):
Sgt Maurice Gruber, pilot, †
Sgt S. Garbutt,
P/O H. F. Avery,
Sgt J. Pearce,
Sgt D. Broadhead,
Sgt R. Solomon,
Sgt K. G. R. Johnson.
Photos: http://www.flensted.eu.com/194218.shtml