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==Description==
 
==Description==
  
On February 6, 2007, a [[Beech 200|Beech 200 King Air]], operated by Metro Aviation, collided with
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On February 6, 2007, a [[Beech 200|Beech 200 King Air]], being operated by Metro Aviation on an EMS positioning flight, collided at night with mountainous terrain approximately 13 nm north-northwest of the Gallatin Field Airport, Belgrade, MT, USA shortly after advising that the airport was in sight and requesting and obtaining permission for a visual approach. The aircraft was fitted with TAWS Class 'B' equipment.
sparsely populated mountainous terrain approximately 13 nm north-northwest of the
 
Gallatin Field Airport (BZN), Belgrade, Montana, USA.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 01:52, 21 January 2010

Summary
Event Details
When October 2021
Actual or Potential
Event Type
Day/Night
Flight Conditions
Article Information
Category: Controlled Flight Into Terrain Controlled Flight Into Terrain
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Description

On February 6, 2007, a Beech 200 King Air, being operated by Metro Aviation on an EMS positioning flight, collided at night with mountainous terrain approximately 13 nm north-northwest of the Gallatin Field Airport, Belgrade, MT, USA shortly after advising that the airport was in sight and requesting and obtaining permission for a visual approach. The aircraft was fitted with TAWS Class 'B' equipment.

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