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Gulfstream G650 Test Aircraft Crashes in Roswell

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ROSWELL, N.M. -- Four Gulfstream employees were killed Saturday in a fiery crash of a test twin-engine luxury business aircraft at an airport, authorities said. Officials with Savannah-Ga.-based plane company confirmed that two Gulfstream pilots and two flight-test engineers died in the crash. Their names and other background information weren't immediately released. The company said in a statement that the Gulfstream G650 was doing takeoff-performance tests at Roswell International Air… (www.foxcarolina.com) 更多...

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MANBOI
MANBOI 0
OH NO! This is awful news.
13shields13
:( Very sad.
Turner9090
Horrible I was just reading about the 650 in FLYING magazine..good thing there weren't even more employees on the plane during testing they would have 10 employees on board so they could test with simulated weight...scary I was shocked when
I I first saw this
GherMeatrizino
A very sad moment in aviation. Prayers being with their families.
yoopernewsman
Greg Peterson 0
It shows you never know what can happen - and flying may seem routine but never is.
We mourn the deaths of these four aviation explorers.
biglarry44
Larry Lenihan 0
One would think that with today's technology a test like this would be a "walk in the park", obviously no so. Hopefully, something can be learned from this so their loss will not be in vain. God bless their families.

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