Phenom 300 HZ-IBN crash kills four


Phenom 300 HZ-IBN has crashed at an airfield south of the England, killing the pilot and all three passengers.

The aircraft was attempting to land at Blackbushe airport following a flight from Milan’s Linate Airport.

The Phenom 300 landed long, exited the end of the runway and came to rest in a car auction site. The aircraft was destroyed by fire.

In a statement, the operators of the airport said that the aircraft crashed while attempting to land at the airport.

The Jordanian pilot and all three passengers were killed. According to reports on the BBC, the three passengers were all members of Osama Bin Laden’s family.

The airport remained closed over the weekend for accident investigators to visit the scene.

Phenom 300 HZ-IBN was built in 2010 and registered to Salem Aviation in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.