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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 209370
Last updated: 29 November 2021
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Time:11:50 LT
Type:Silhouette image of generic KODI model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Quest Kodiak 100 w/ floats
Owner/operator:Setouchi Seaplanes
Registration: JA02TG
MSN: 100-0156
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 2
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Substantial
Location:off shore of Onomichi Floating Port, Urasaki, Onomichi city, Hiroshima -   Japan
Phase: Landing
Departure airport:Onomichi Floating Port, Urasaki, Onomichi city
Destination airport:Onomichi Floating Port, Urasaki, Onomichi city
A floatplane, Quest Kodiak 100, was damaged while ditching off shore of Onomichi city, Hiroshima prefecture during a training flight. The flight took off from off shore of Onomichi Floating Port at 11:45 LT, and the accident happened at 11:50 LT. Hearing an abnormal noise, the crew decided to divert to Konan Airport (RJBK) for evaluating the damages, and a safe landing was carried out at 12:37 LT. Substantial damages on the fuselage and the supports between the fuselage and floats were found. There were no personal injuries. JTSB launched an investigation as an accident the next day.

The super AMeDAS weather date at Fukuyama (about 7 km north-northwest of the accident site):
12:00 LT, wind west-northwest 3.9m/s, visibility 20km, sunny, temperature 17.4C, dew-point 7.2C, sunshine duration in the previous hour 100%, sea-level pressure 1008.5hPa.



Other occurrences involving this aircraft

24 Mar 2017 JA02TG Setouchi Seaplanes 0 Beppu port, Beppu city, Oita prefecture min

Revision history:

16-Apr-2018 10:27 isamuel Added
16-Apr-2018 17:10 isamuel Updated [Registration, Cn, Location, Departure airport, Destination airport, Source, Narrative]

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