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Source: National Transportation Safety Board (1994). Stall and Loss of Control on Final Approach, Atlantic Coast Airlines, Inc., United Express Flight 6291, Jetstream 4101, N304UE, Columbus, Ohio, January 7, 1994. Aircraft Accident Report NTSB/AAR-94/07. Washington, DC: National Transportation Safety Board.
Source Type:   Accident
Synopsis: "On January 7, 1994, about 2321 EST, a Jetstream 4101, registration N304UE, operated by Atlantic Coast Airlines, Sterling, VA, and doing business as United Express flight 6291, crashed 1.2 nautical miles east of runway 28L at Port Columbus International Airport, Columbus, Ohio. The airplane was being operated as a regularly scheduled commuter flight under 14 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 135, from Washington Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, VA, to Columbus, OH. The flight had been cleared for an instrument landing system approach to runway 28L and was in contact with the local tower controller when it crashed into a storage warehouse. The pilot, copilot, flight attendant, and two passengers were fatally injured. Two of the other three passengers received minor injuries, while the third was not injured. The airplane was destroyed. Instrument meteorological conditions prevailed at the time, and the airplane was on an instrument flight rules flight plan."
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