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Alliance Air Falcon 20 - (TX Operator) Querétaro Airport (QRO/MMQT)

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Alliance Air Falcon 20 - (TX Operator) Querétaro Airport (QRO/MMQT)

Post by One Winged Junkie » 10 Aug 2018 13:54

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Word 'round the campfire: one engine failed shortly after takeoff. Managed to restart it en route to nearest. The other failed after restarting that one. While trying to restart the second, the first one failed again. Contaminated fuel is the best guess at the moment.

They found a corn field in the mountains to put it down in. Captain got a scratch from the emergency hatch, co-pilot got a dislocated shoulder. A donkey died from being struck by a falling part. Company/aircraft is based in the Dallas area.
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