STOL UC-1 Twin Bee # 021

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N9509U

N9509U
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AIRCRAFT DATA

Manufacturer: STOL Aircraft Corporation; Norwood Airport, Norwood, MA 02062, USA
Model: UC-1 Twin Bee
Type Certificate No: A6EA (25 June 1965)
UC-1 Serial Number: 021
RC-3 Serial Number: ?
Manufacturing Date: 1980-04-27
Engines: Lycoming IO-360-B1D
180 HP @ 2700 RPM
Remarks: Mode S codes: 53234115 / AD384D
 
Reg. No. Date Remarks
N????? ????-??-?? Manufacturing Date.
????-??-?? Test flight.
   
   
   
   
N9509U 1980-04-27 Manufacturing Date.
1980-04-27 First flight by test pilot Peter Annis.
1981-05-07 Certificate of Airworthiness issued.
1981-12-17 Jason K. Downer; Lakeville, MN, USA.
????-??-?? Fenwick E. Lind; PO Drawer 510, Windham, NH 03087, USA.
1989-03-14 Jawa Inc.; Bridgeville, DE, USA.
1990-12-05 Laura Woodford; Fort Worth, TX, USA.
1992-06-02 Alfred A. 'Skip' Neidhardt; P O Box 1036, Meredith, NH, USA.
1995-06-28 Anthony Nicholas; Silvester, W Yellowstone, USA.
1996-03-06 Alfred A. 'Skip' Neidhardt; 65 Weird Boulevard, Meredith, NH  03253, USA.
1999-06-24 Jerry Battenhouse; 4309 NE 26th Court, Vancouver, WA 98663-2065, USA.
2001-09-04 Jerry Battenhouse; 4309 NE 26th Court, Vancouver, WA 98663-2065, USA.
Operated by SPS Palm Coast.
2008-07-04 Bunnell, Florida: According to the certificated flight instructor (CFI), he and the student pilot of the UC-1 Twin Bee completed one uneventful landing on a lake. The CFI then decided to practice glassy water landings with the student, and took off to land on a different lake. A witness stated that the airplane "bounced" when it first contacted the water, and the airplane's right pontoon separated from the wing when it "hit" the water on a second touchdown. . The airplane then turned 180 degrees, and sank. The airplane sustained substantial damage from the accident. The pilot reported no mechanical anomalies with the airplane. The winds reported at an airport 11 miles to the southeast, at the time of the accident, were calm.
2013-05-23 Cancelled from FAA Registry.
  Sources: FAA Registry

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