Indian King Air crashes Mumbai
A King Air C90 owned by UY Aviation has crashed in Mumbai.
The aircraft had taken off from Juhu airstrip and was on approach to Mumbai airport when it came down.
The aircraft was carrying two pilots and two engineers on board at the time of the crash. They were all four on the aircraft along with some people on the ground.
According to reports on Indian news website NDTV.com, the aircraft came down in a construction site in a densely populated suburb of Mumbai – one of the world’s largest cities with a population of over 22 million.
Local residents told NDTV.com that the aircraft crashed into a construction site and burst into flames.
The UY Aviation website says that it operates a King Air 200 as well as a Bell 230 helicopter. It lists the King Air C90 as an ‘upcomig aircraft.’