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06/2022

info button 32 ACCIDENT of UR-STAS Airplane on 22/09/2017

06/2022

Final Report

ACCIDENT    
En-route
Fatal injury    
Destroyed
KERASIA AREA OF RODOPI
22/09/2017
13:15
10:15
Airplane
Ultralight
0 - 2250 Kg
UR-STAS
FLIGHT DESIGN GmbH
GERMANY
CT CTSL Supra Light
UKRANIAN
Private
Private
Non Commercial: General Aviation / Private / Business
NO
06/2022

Summary:

Two Supra Light aircraft with Ukraine registration, made in Germany, took-off from Alexandroupolis Airport LGAL on September 22, 2017, at 09:37 UTC with destination Bucharest. Head of the light formation was UR-FOX, head of the formation as N01 who was in charge of Air Traffic Communication, followed by URSTAS as N02.

Approaching RODIP waypoint, N02 requested from N01 to reduce speed. That was the last communication transmitted by N02. There after, N02 finally crashed 12 Km (6.5 nm) Northwest of Komotini Town near the village of Kerasia of Rodopi Prefecture at about 10:15 UTC.


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05/2022

info button 32 ACCIDENT of SX-AGE Airplane on 08/11/2013

05/2022

Final Report

ACCIDENT    
Landing
No injury    
Substantial damage
MEGARA AIRPORT LGMG
08/11/2013
12:36
10:36
Airplane
Small / Light
0 - 2250 Kg
SX-AGE
SOCATA
FRANCE
TB 9
HELLENIC
AEROSERVICES S. A.
AEROSERVICES S. A.
Non Commercial: Training/Instructional
NO
05/2022

Summary:

The Flight was conducted with two Pilots on board. Both had Training Pilot licences. One of them was a Hellenic Civil Aviation (HCAA) Employee, Pilot Certified Flight Training and Examiner. The scope of the flight was the revalidation of the other Pilot as Flight Training Pilot and as Examiner. As forth seen, the HCAA Examiner occupied the left-hand seat, as being a Pilot examining the Pilot occupying the right-hand seat. As such, the Pilot on the left-hand seat had the controls of the aircraft as being Pilot Flying (PF).
During landing, the aircraft bounced after a hard landing on the threshold of runway 26L and after gaining some altitude veered to the left moving in a southern direction and crashed into an ISOBOX construction used as Airforce Pilots Flight Crew Rest Facility, which was completely destroyed and finally the aircraft was immobilized with severe damages.

Both wings of the aircraft, were detached from the fuselage.

Both Pilots came out of the aircraft uninjured.

With Document AAIASB/1615/11.11.2013, Notification was sent to the National and International Authorities. BEA has appointed an Accredited Representative (Non-Traveling ACCREP).


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E02/2012

info button 32 ACCIDENT of N992AK Helicopter on 06/02/2009

E02/2012

Final Synoptic Report

ACCIDENT    
Approach
No injury    
Substantial damage
Gritsa (beach) - Litochoro
06/02/2009
10:48
08:48
Helicopter
Small / Light
0 - 2250 Kg
N992AK
ENSTROM
United States of America (USA)
280 C
United States of America (USA)
Private
Private
Non Commercial: General Aviation / Private / Business
NO
E02/2012

Summary:

On the morning of 06/02/2009 a private light helicopter , type Enstrom 280 C having the owner as pilot in command, took off from National Airport of Thessaloniki "Macedonia" (LGTS) for pleasure flight with destination a hotel forecourt at Litochoro beach. It landed on the premises, and later, after boarding of a friend, took off again with destination an uncultivated field located 1 nm west of the original landing site. In the final stages of approach pilot lost control of the h/c and it stopped with the right side of the cockpit to the ground. The two occupants exited the h/c without injured.


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E01/2022

info button 32 ACCIDENT of - non powered Paraglider on 28/05/2019

E01/2022

Final Synoptic Report

ACCIDENT    
Approach
Serious injury    
No damage
IN THE EAST BEACH AREA OF KALAMATA
28/05/2019
19:50
16:50
non powered Paraglider
0 - 2250 Kg
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SKYWALK GmbH & Co. KG
GERMANY
TEQUILA 5L
HELLENIC
PRIVATE
PRIVATE
Non Commercial: General Aviation / Private / Business
NO
E01/2022

Summary:

On May 28, 2019, a local Paraglider pilot took off from a specially designed area used for taking off Paragliders in the area of Ano Verga of Mount Kalathi near the city of Kalamata, Messinia. The pilot, after a short flight and during his course to land in a predetermined area, lost control of the Paraglider in the area of the Eastern beach of Kalamata and fell into the sea.

The Air Accident Investigation & Aviation Safety Board was notified of the accident and with AAIASB/1975/30.05.2019 & AAIASB/2392/03.07.2019 documents, an Investigation Team and a Technical Adviser were appointed respectively.


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04/2022

info button 32 ACCIDENT of SX-HTO Helicopter on 20/08/2019

04/2022

Final Report

ACCIDENT    
Manouvering
Fatal injury    
Destroyed
Sea area between Poros Island - Galata
20/08/2019
15:35
12:35
Helicopter
Large
2251 - 5700 Kg
SX-HTO
LEONARDO
Italy
A109 C
Hellenic
ΠΟΡΤΟ ΚΑΡΡΑΣ Α.Ε
IFLY
Commercial Passenger Air Taxi
YES
04/2022

Summary:

On 20/8/2019 at 15:35 h, an Agusta A109C Helicopter with registration SX-HTO of IFLY SA Company took off for a commercial air transport flight from the Landing Field in the area of Galata with destination Athens International Airport. The Pilot and two passengers were on board. 34 seconds after take-off, the Helicopter collided in sequence three Power Cables that crossed the channel, (positioned 314 meters from the take-off point), and then crashed into the sea. The Helicopter was destroyed by the collision with the Cables and by the impact with the sea surface. The three occupants of the Helicopter were fatally injured.


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