passenger Private aircraft plane Friday, when the aircraft crashed into a building. severe turbulence.

The National Transportation Safety Board stated that it was looking into the incident. This forced Bombardier Challenger 300 to change to Bradley International Airport at Windsor Locks in Connecticut.

It plane The flight was transporting five people from Keene in New Hampshire to Leesburg in Virginia. NTSB.

The safety board said it was interviewing the two crew members and two surviving passengers and that it had removed the jet’s cockpit voice and data recorders.

According to the agency, a preliminary report will be ready in 2-3 weeks.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, Conexon was identified as the owner of this jet. Conexon has a base in Kansas City and offers fiber internet access to rural areas.

In two to three week’s time, a preliminary report on the incident will become available.
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The air traffic control facility at Bradley International Airport.
It plane It was flying from Keene (New Hampshire) to Leesburg, Virginia.

The company did not respond to Saturday’s request for comment.

With Post wires