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Flight ReportFlight: CHA946Date: 2016-01-27Charlies Angels
Pilot's Name / UserNameCharlie Nelson / visitor
Aircraft Name:Beech Baron G58TC
Aircraft Type:Multi Engine Piston (MEP)
Departure:ORBI - Baghdad Intl - Iraq
Arrival:ORBI - Baghdad Intl - Iraq
Departure Time:22:45:00 (20:46:00 GMT)
Arrival Time:22:54:00 (20:55:00 GMT)
Cargo:36 kg
Flight Result:Perfect
Flight Data
Take-Off Weight:2353 kgLanding Weight:2275 kg
Take-Off fuel:289 kgLanding Fuel:194 kg
Total Block Time:00:09:31Total Block Time (Night):00:09:31
Total Airborne Time:00:02:44Total Time On Ground:00:07:17
Max Altitude:291ftCruise Speed:0 kt (mach 0.00)
Landing Data
Landing Speed:95 kt
Landing Pitch:2.91
TouchDown Vertical Speed:-139.23 ft/mn
PAX Feedback
Passengers Opinion:9%
  • Are angry because they didn't reach their destination (flight too short).
  • Were anxious because they flew over a war risk zone.
  • Were terrified because of the problem during flight.
  • Were relieved to land safely after an emergency.
Mayday Transmitted:yes
Incident Report:
  • One engine was damaged by small arms fire coming from the ground and ceased to function. The right fuel tank was hit by a ground shot and started leaking fuel. The left fuel tank was hit by a ground shot and started leaking fuel. The vacuum system was hit by a ground shot. The hydraulic system was hit by a ground shot resulting in total loss of all hydraulic systems. The electrical systems were hit by a ground shot resulting in a complete electrical systems failure. Your aircraft received a few ground shots. The aircraft was hit by anti-aircraft artillery fire resulting in a massive hull rupture.
Pilot Assessment
Positive Assessment:
  • You made a successful belly landing. (+250)
  • There was a problem aboard and you declared an emergency. (+150)
  • A serious problem occurred during flight but you landed safely, nice job. (+3600)
  • Flying in a combat area and a safe landing. (+100)
Negative Assessment:
  • Forgetting to set the proper flaps during take-off is an extremely dangerous fault and does not show proper piloting skills. (-300)

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