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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Florida Gulf Of Mexico - Aircraft Down - Radar Track

Radar Track and Fight Data For Cessna 421(N48DL)

After Pilot became unresponsive the Cessna 421 flew in circles in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico for over 3 hours and 1,219 miles more than twice the planned route reaching altitude of 33, 000 feet before plunging into the sea.

Live Flight Tracking Screenshot Radar Track of the Cessna 421
(N48DL)
Live Flight Tracking Screenshot of Cessna Flight Data 



Flight Track Log - N48DL Twin piston Cessna 421


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