Ghatkopar Plane Crash: Rs 8 Crore Spent On An Aircraft That Took Its First Test Flight On June 28

On Thursday afternoon, a King Air C90 charter aircraft crashed in Ghatkopar,ten minutes before it could have made a safe landing at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International airport. Five bodies were recovered by the fire brigade officers.

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The plane, a Beechcraft King Air C90 turboprop, was sold by the Uttar Pradesh government to a Mumbai-based company, UY Aviation, in 2014 after it suffered a minor accident between 2009 and 2010.It was used for government purposes. After the accident, the plane remained grounded for a period of five years.

According to Indian Express, it was revealed that Thursday’s ride was C90’s first test flight after Rs 8 crore had been spent on its repairment. The 22 year old plane had been replaced with new spare parts and maintenance requirements for a period of three years.

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