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1973 Beech E-90 King Air C/N LW-64

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  • N47LC @ KBFI - / - by Nick Dean by Nick Dean @ KBFI
  • N47LC @ KCRQ - Crash on Takeoff - by CHARLIE NEUMAN by CHARLIE NEUMAN @ KCRQ

Airframe Info

Model:E-90 King Air    Search all Beech E-90
Year built:1973
Construction Number (C/N):LW-64
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:10
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Turbo-prop
Engine Manufacturer and Model:U/a Canada PT6A-27-28


Registration Number:N47LC
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A5BFBE
Certification Class:Standard
Certification Issued:2005-12-29
Air Worthiness Test:1973-08-15
Last Action Taken:2008-12-16
Current Status:Deregistered
Registration Cancel Date:2009-01-21


Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:Southwest Consulting Group Inc
Address:San Diego, CA 92128
United States

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Eric, 2007-07-03 00:00:00
 Plane Crash Kills 2 In Carlsbad

9:54 a.m. PDT July 3, 2007

SAN DIEGO - An airplane hit electrical wires and crashed in flames near the McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad on Tuesday morning, killing two people.
Images: Crash-Scene Photos

Officials told NBC 7/39 that the four-seat plane went down shortly after taking off from McClellan-Palomar Airport, crashing near the intersection of Palomar Airport Road and College Boulevard.

Nobody was hurt on the ground.
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Carlsbad police Lt. Jay Eppel said the plane was fully engulfed by fire after the crash and that small fires had been reported in the surrounding area. Smoke was still visible at 7:30 a.m.

The plane was a twin-engine Beechcraft 90 turboprop registered to Southwest Consulting Group, Inc., in San Diego and was headed to Tucson, Ariz., said Allen Kenitzer, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration.

A man who answered the phone at Southwest said those on board were going to Arizona for a work project but he was unable to confirm the identity of the victims or other details.

The company's Web site says it specializes in providing expert witness and consulting services for court cases involving mechanical, plumbing and electrical services, including product liability evaluation.

Officials said several power lines had been knocked down around the airport and that debris was scattered around a nearby golf course. NBC 7/39 reported that 1,700 residences had lost power after the crash.

Surrounding streets in the area have been closed to traffic for an indeterminate time, authorities said.

American Legend AL3 C/N AL-1163

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  • N47LC @ KOSH - American Legend Aircraft Co AL3 CN AL-1163, N47LC - by Dariusz Jezewski by Dariusz Jezewski @ KOSH
  • N47LC @ KOSH - Departing Airventure 2012 - by Todd Royer by Todd Royer @ KOSH
  • N47LC @ OSH - American Legend Aircraft Co AL3, c/n: AL-1163 on static display at 2011 Oshkosh - by Terry Fletcher by Terry Fletcher @ OSH

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:American Legend
Model:AL3    Search all American Legend AL3
Year built:0000
Construction Number (C/N):AL-1163
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats:2
Number of Engines:1


Registration Number:N47LC
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A5BFBE
Certification Issued:2011-06-21
Last Action Taken:2011-06-21
Current Status:Valid


Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:American Legend Aircraft Co
Address:Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
United States