Piper PA-32-300 Cherokee Six, G-BBSM
The aircraft was ditched successfully in the sea after a ‘burning’ smell and smoke became apparent in the cabin and the engine began to run roughly. The two occupants were able to vacate the aircraft and board their life raft before the aircraft sank.
Piper PA-32-300 Cherokee Six, G-BBSM 02-11.pdf (338.70 kb)
Published 10 December 2014