Everglades Crash Latest Involving Miami-Dade Flight School

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  • Dean International Flight School, operated out of Miami Executive Airport in West Kendall, also owned a Cessna 152 aircraft from a May crash

  • Prior to that May 2018 crash, NBC 6 obtained reports detailing a series of accidents or incidents involving the company – now 31 in total.

As investigators continue to figure out what caused two planes to collide in a deadly crash in the Florida Everglades on Tuesday, the flight school that both aircrafts belonged to is again under the microscope following a tragedy.

Dean International Flight School, operated out of Miami Executive Airport in West Kendall, also owned a Cessna 152 aircraft that crashed in May while traveling back to its home base – sending two people to the hospital as a result.

Prior to that May 2018 crash, NBC 6 obtained reports from both the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration detailing a series of accidents or incidents involving the company – 29 in total before the latest two crashes.

In all, five people were killed in the incidents prior to Tuesday.

Two Hospitalized After Small Plane Crash in Everglades

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After two crashes in 2017 – one where a pilot was killed after crashing in the Everglades and another where two people were not injured following a crash landing in Key Biscayne – nearly 80 percent of the company’s 50 planes were taken out of service to deal with issues ranging from routine maintenance to faulty beaks, loose and missing screws and more.


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