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Table of Contents Page 1 Title Page 2 Table of Contents 3 Overview of Report 4-7 Report about N6183T 041100 8Works Cited Page Overview This report is about an aircraft that tried to land at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport CLE Due to significant icing conditions the aircraft picked up a tremendous amount of weight and consequently fell out of the sky and hit the runway too hard In this report I hope to make people more knowledgeable about icing conditions so that they can learn from others mistakes Description of Accident On April 11 2000 Cessna 182RG N number N6183T was considerably damaged during a flight from Cuyahoga County Airport CGF to Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport CLE in Cleveland Ohio The Federal Bureau of Investigation was using this airplane There were 2 people aboard the aircraft at the time of the accident Both are commercial pilots and neither was injured in the accident The flight left CGF at approximately 930 local time The pilots were cleared to enter Cleveland class bravo airspace direct at 3000 feet However upon reaching this altitude they began to pick up ice They immediately contacted Cleveland and asked to descend The request was denied due to towers at 2500 feet The Cleveland air traffic controller told them that there was no ice being reported at 4000 feet and accordingly cleared them to this altitude Upon reaching 4000 feet the ice stopped accumulating They were cleared to land runway 5 Right However due to nearly full tanks of gas and also the added weight from ice they held off the landing gear and flaps because they knew they were going to fall out the sky Then the tower told them to sidestep to runway 5L which they did During the landing process the pilot began to flare the plane during which time he sensed a sinking The
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