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Cessna 182P, HP-602

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

8304                                                            23 May 2016

Aircraft

Piper PA-28, XB-HFA

Location

Queretaro Airport, Queretaro, Mexico

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

carlosarenas@ifasoc.com

Aircraft Details

 

Serial number 28-10561. It has a total airframe time of 3,124 hours. The Lycoming O-540-B4B5 engine, serial number L-8069-40, has a total time of 3,126 flight hours. The MHartzell HC-C2YK-1BF propeller, serial number AW-340, has 252hours since last overhaul.

 

Accident Circumstances

 

After the take-off from queretaro Airport the aircraft lost power and the pilot decided to carry out an emergency landing at an unprepared crops field; irregular terrain with many stones.

 

Aircraft Damage

 

The aircraft sustained the following damage: left main and nose landing gear were severed, both wings’ leading edges and spars are damaged, the nose section was severed, the propeller blades are bent, and the engine requires a sudden-stop inspection.

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Bell 206 L-3

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

10547                                                          24th February 2019

Salvage

Bell 206 L-3, 1667

Location

Toluca International Airport, State of Mexico

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

Pablo Bañuelos - pablobanuelos@ifasoc.com

Salvage Details

 

Bell 206 L-3, 1667, serial number 51208; it has a total of 6,033 flight hours since new. The Rolls-Royce 250C engine, serial number CAE-895915, has a total of 3,648 flight hours since new..

 

Accident Circumstances

 

On 29th January 2016, while providing top-cover protection for another Bell 206 helicopter during a defoliating-spray operation to destroy poppy plantations, 42 nautical miles southwest of Ciudad Altamirano, Guerrero, the pilot reported that he had heard an unusual noise coming from the engine; so, he decided to land beside a river to check the helicopter condition. But, in his hurry to land, the pilot touched down on uneven rocks and his subsequent over-controlling caused a main rotor blade to hit the upper wire cutter

 

Damage

Due to the heavy landing, the helicopter sustained damage to: the main rotor hub assembly (including the pitch links); the swashplate assembly; one main rotor blade; the upper wire cutter. In addition, the engine and transmission require sudden stop inspections.

 

As a result of the rescue operation the two lower windshields broke, and the belly shell structures have multiple scratches and gouges in the honeycomb structure.

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Kazan Helicopters built Mi-17 V-5, ANX-2224

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

20402                                                          30th April 2019

Salvage

Kazan Helicopters built Mi-17 V-5, serial number 484M02

Location

La Paz,Naval Air Base

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

Francisco Ortega - franciscoortega@aav.global

Salvage Details

The Mi-17 V5 helicopter, registration ANX-2224, serial number 484M02, has a total time since new of 1,346.0 flight hours, and 3,718 total landings. It is equipped with two forward cabin doors and aft hydraulic operated platform.

 

Accident Circumstances

While the helicopter was carrying out armed surveillance in a restricted area at the north-west of the Sea of Cortez (to protect species in high risk of extinction because of poaching), the Mi-17 V5 helicopter, with 3 crewmen and 9 passengers (all marines) on board, fell into the sea for unknown reasons..

The helicopter was recovered after sunk in slat water for almost 4 days.

 

Damage

The nose section crushed and distorted due to the impact against the sea surface, the forward cabin bulkhead distorted at the right and lower sides (just aft of the nose landing gear leg), the right external fuel tank crushed, the main rotor hub seemed complete, with the five main rotor pitch links in position, the tail boom with all drive shafting, tail rotor, vertical and horizontal stabilizers was broken and separated (the diagonal cut on the tail boom seems that was caused by the impact of one or two of the main rotor blades), two of the five main rotor blades were broken and separated, and were not recovered, their attachments to the hub remained. The three recovered main rotor blades were broken at the middle and tip sections, but two of the main spar nitrogen indicators showed them to be unbroken, the internal 200-litre fuel tank was crushed, the three tail rotor blades had no major damage. oxidation all over the cockpit and cabin structures due to salt water contamination.

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Bell 206 L3, 1679

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

20587                                                          30/11/19

Salvage

Bell 206 L3, 1679

Location

Tamazula, Durango

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

Pablo Bañuelos – pablobanuelos@aav.global

Salvage Details

 

The Bell-206L3 helicopter, registration 1679, serial number 51584, is owned by the Fuerza Aerea Mexicana, and has a Certificate of Registration issued on 3rd October 2019; it has a total time since new of 9,885 flight hours. The last maintenance action was a 300-hour inspection carried out on 27th September 2019. The Rolls-Royce 250-C30 engine, serial number CAE-895685, has a total time since new of 9,527 flight hours.

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Accident Circumstances

 

On 3rd October 2019, while providing top-cover helicopter, during a defoliating-spray operation to destroy poppy plantations, the crew of the Bell 206 L3, noticed installations for drying marijuana in the clearing in the forest. The pilot decided to descend to make a detailed analysis to inform his superior officers. However, when approaching the clearing, the tail rotor struck a tree and detached; the aircraft then spun to the ground and ended wedged between two trees.

 

Damage

The helicopter sustained the following major damage: Deformation and distortion throughout the airframe, all dynamic components are considered scrap by the Manufacturer, the windshields and cockpit windows are scrap, the main rotor blades broke, the undercarriage distorted and detached, the tail boom section, including the tail rotor drive shaft, broke, the tail rotor broke and detached and the rotating components of the engine are considered scrap by the Manufacturer.

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MD530, 1143

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

20637                                                         17/04/20

Salvage

MD530F, 1143

Location

Toluca

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

Pablo Bañuelos – pablobanuelos@aav.global

Salvage Details

 

The McDonnell Douglas MD-530F helicopter, registration 1143, serial number 0702FF, is owned by the Fuerza Aerea Mexicana, and has a Certificate of Registration issued on 19th January 2020; it has a total time since new of 5,201 flight hours. The last maintenance action was a 300-hour inspection carried out on 13th May 2019.


The Allison 250-C30 engine, serial number CAE-900162, has a total time since new of 3,792 flight hours.

Accident Circumstances

 

On 19th January 2020, while descending to land at the airstrip of the Army Operations Base #1 in Guadalupe y Calvo, Chihuahua, the helicopter descended rapidly, hit the ground with the left landing skid first at a very high rate of descent, the skid broke and rolled over

Damage

The helicopter sustained the following major damage: Deformation and distortion throughout the airframe, all dynamic components are considered scrap by the Manufacturer, the main rotor blades broke and detached, the undercarriage is scrap; the left skid broke and separated, the tail rotor section broke and detached, the rotating components of the engine are considered scrap by the Manufacturer.

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Gulfstream G200, N813WM

Claim                                                          Offers will be received until  

20326                                                          2nd October 2020

Salvage

Gulfstream G200, N813WM

Location

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Being offered

As is where is

Contact Information

Julio Garcia – juliogarcia@aav.global

 

 

Accident Circumstances

On 22nd May 2018, while landing at Toncontín Airport at Tegucigalpa, Honduras, from Austin, Texas, the Gulfstream
G200, N813WM, landed too long and went off the end of the runway. The aircraft went through the airport fence, descend
the steep slope beyond, collided with a light post and damaged 100 meters of 3 high-tension cables of the electrical power
network.

Damage

The aircraft fuselage was distorted and broke into 3 segments. The landing gear was severed. The aircraft was recovered and move for safekeeping at a truck parking lot near the Airport..