This 108-page document gives you a close look at the people, places, conditions, crew, and individual Capital Airlines aircraft that wound up in trouble.
This accumulated study of Capital Airlines accidents, from official accident investigations, takes you back to the scene of all of these accidents. This is the only document that I have ever seen that accumulates all of the official investigations about Capital Airlines accidents into one document and provides you with an extreme level of detail about each accident.
The Strange Stories Inside “during an emergency landing following the stoppage of both engines. The landing was made in a farm field near Frankfort Springs, Pennsylvania. The four crew members and twelve passengers were not injured, and only minor damage was incurred by the aircraft.”
Can you imagine landing in a farm field today without injury or damage!
Some of the other shocking reports in this study include the midair collision between a Capital Airlines Viscount and a Maryland Air National Guard T-33 near Brunswick, Maryland. The in-flight disintegration of a Capital Airlines flight near Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Vickers Viscount Model 744
When available the reports include:
- Detailed Information on Crew
- Aircraft Information
- Detailed Accident Events
- Cockpit Voice Recorder Transcripts
- Radio Transmission Transcripts
- Black Box Data
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