The National Transportation Safety Board’s preliminary report on the Oct. 30 Beechcraft King Air B200 crash in Wichita traces a path in which the aircraft attempted to take off, initiated a left turn and reached an altitude of less than 150 ft. before striking FlightSafety International’s "north" Cessna training building. Four people were killed, including the pilot, and six others injured in the accident, which resulted in a fire described by Wichita Fire Chief Ron ...

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