Ziped Right off the end.


#1

Gulfstream 2 off of RW33 at ASE. Just another day in the life of…

flightaware.com/live/flight/N148V

Already one snarled
flightaware.com/live/flight/SKW6652

Hopefully she’s not too jacked up
airliners.net/open.file?id=0 … photo_nr=2


#2

Nice looking 2B, any news on what happened or how they are?

John


#3

Rough day at ASE…

IDENTIFICATION
Regis#: 233LH Make/Model: BE33 Description: 33 Debonair, Bonanza (E-24)
Date: 03/15/2008 Time: 2324

Event Type: Incident Highest Injury: None Mid Air: N Missing: N
Damage: Unknown

LOCATION
City: ASPEN State: CO Country: US

DESCRIPTION
AIRCRAFT ON LANDING, LANDED LONG AND ROLLED OFF THE END OF RUNWAY 33 AT
ASPEN-PITKIN COUNTY AIRPORT, NO INJURIES REPORTED TO THE 5 POB, UNKNOWN
DAMAGE, ASPEN, CO

INJURY DATA Total Fatal: 0
# Crew: 1 Fat: 0 Ser: 0 Min: 0 Unk:
# Pass: 4 Fat: 0 Ser: 0 Min: 0 Unk:
# Grnd: Fat: 0 Ser: 0 Min: 0 Unk:

OTHER DATA
Activity: Pleasure Phase: Landing Operation: OTHER

FAA FSDO: DENVER, CO (NM03) Entry date: 03/17/2008


#4

why would the preliminary report only one crew member aboard? a g-ii requires a minimum of two, or three if there’s a flight attendant.


#5

I think because it is a bonanza…not a gii


#6

It appears that the tale started out tall that it was some rich folk in a Gulfstream when it was really a lil ol’ Bonanza… It was at Aspen after all…


#7

or just a case of ownership evolution…of course what fun is having your own crew that calculates w&b, and an aircraft that WILL take the all those extra shopping bags and the trophy wife’s makeup case.


#8

This would make 2 different planes that “zipped right off the end” at ASE.

Never found anything on the G2, didn’t poke around that much. Perhaps not much happened being the plane is back in service.


#9

You didn’t find anything on the G-II, because nothing happened to it. If a G-II “zipped off the end” at ASE…then it would’ve been well publicized and robbreid :wink: would’ve shared it with us.


#10

Ohhhhhhh yea. Your right, OIS is quite deceptive right? As you were…