The collapse of the light aircraft


Five people were killed in a plane crash in Australia

March 22. Not far from Brisbane, Australia, at the Kabultur airfield, a light single-engine Cessna 206 aircraft crashed, on board, which were sports paratroopers and a pilot.

Almost immediately after taking off, the plane began to lose altitude and fell to the ground, after which it caught fire. 5 people, including the pilot of a light-engine aircraft, were killed, and the reasons for what happened are currently being investigated.

According to the most recent data, the crash occurred as a result of aircraft engine failure, despite the fact that before takeoff, all systems were examined for their performance and normal functioning.