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A social media post and text message sent by a passenger on a Cessna 404 Titan that subsequently crashed reveals the first attempt at landing was aborted because heavy rain made it impossible to see the runway.

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This story is from the May 2019 edition of Australian Aviation, where we sat down with Jodie Bevan Regional Sales Director, Turboprops for India Pacific and Asia Pacific Textron Aviation.


A Cessna 172M ran out of fuel and made a forced landing into scrubland because the pilot hadn't realised new wings had reduced fuel capacity, the ATSB says.


This week's Throwback Thursday is from January/February 2013 and features the Brumby 610 Evolution, an aircraft that bridges the Light Sport Aircraft and General Aviation gap in Australia.

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