Loss of control Accident British Aerospace 3201 Jetstream 32 G-SUPR, Tuesday 6 October 1992
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Date:Tuesday 6 October 1992
Type:Silhouette image of generic JS32 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different    
British Aerospace 3201 Jetstream 32
Owner/operator:British Aerospace
Registration: G-SUPR
MSN: 956
Year of manufacture:1991
Fatalities:Fatalities: 2 / Occupants: 2
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Destroyed, written off
Location:Glasgow-Prestwick Airport (PIK) -   United Kingdom
Phase: Initial climb
Departure airport:Glasgow-Prestwick Airport (PIK/EGPK)
Destination airport:East Midlands Airport (EMA/EGNX)
Confidence Rating: Information verified through data from accident investigation authorities
An engine failure was simulated during takeoff. The aircraft climbed steeper than normal with the gear still extended. Ten seconds airborne, the co-pilot was attempting to find out which engine was simulated failed. The pilot reminded the co-pilot about the gear and retracted it. The stall warning horn sounded and the pilot took over control within 2 seconds and added power on the retarded engine. The Jetstream continued to roll to the right and struck the ground inverted.


Flight International 1-7 December 1993 (12)
Air Safety Week 12 October 92 (4)
Flight International 14-20 October 1992 (9)
Flight Safety Follow-up Action on Occurrence Report F3/94 / CAA
ICAO Adrep Summary 5/93 (#13)
Scramble 161



photo (c) via Werner Fischdick; Basel Airport (BSL); May 1992

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