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Crash of Skydive Quantum Leap de Havilland DHC-6-100, N203E Sullivan, Missouri, July 29, 2006. History of Flight. July 29, 2006, about 1345 de Havilland DHC-6-100 Skydive Quantum Leap Sullivan Regional Airport Pilot and five parachutists sustained fatal injuries

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Crash of skydive quantum leap de havilland dhc 6 100 n203e sullivan missouri july 29 2006

Crash of Skydive Quantum Leapde Havilland DHC-6-100, N203E Sullivan, Missouri, July 29, 2006


History of flight
History of Flight

  • July 29, 2006, about 1345

  • de Havilland DHC-6-100

  • Skydive Quantum Leap

  • Sullivan Regional Airport

  • Pilot and five parachutists sustained fatal injuries

  • Two parachutists seriously injured


History of flight1
History of Flight

  • Part 91

  • Revenue parachute operation

  • Day visual meteorological conditions





The accident
The Accident

  • Airplane could maintain positive single-engine climb rate

    • Pilot did not

      • Bank into operating engine

      • Maintain airspeed

  • Pilot did not use all available runway

    • Left with fewer options


The accident1
The Accident

  • Right engine’s compressor turbine blades consistent with overload

  • Engines exceeded manufacturer’s recommended 3,600 hour TBO

    • Right engine 6,493 hours

    • Left engine 5,829 hours


Safety issue
Safety Issue

  • Inadequate performance of single-point restraints for parachutists


Parties to the investigation
Parties to the Investigation

  • Federal Aviation Administration

  • Hartzell Propeller

  • Honeywell

  • Woodward Governor Company


Accredited representative
Accredited Representative

  • Transportation Safety Board of Canada

    • Pratt & Whitney Canada

    • Viking Air Limited


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