Le Castellet Airport Crash

Le Castellet Airport Crash. Paris (CNN) -- Three Americans died when a private jet crashed at a small airport in the south of France, a local official said Friday. Two men, aged 24 and 51, and a 30-year-old woman were on board the plane when it crashed at Castellet airport, said Didier Couve, spokesman for the Prefecture of the Var department. The three were the only people on the plane, Couve said. The Gulfstream F4 was traveling from Nice to Le Castellet when it burst into flames on the private airport's runway. The crash cause remains unclear.. which crashed at Le Castellet airport in.

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Paris (CNN) -- Three Americans died when a private jet crashed at a small airport in the south of France, a local official said Friday. Two men, aged 24 and 51, and a 30-year-old woman were on board the plane when it crashed at Castellet airport, said Didier Couve, spokesman for the Prefecture of the Var department. The three were the only people on the plane, Couve said. LE CASTELLET, France (AP) — A French official says a private plane has caught fire and crashed on landing at Le Castellet airport in southern France, killing the three Americans on board. 3 Americans die in French plane crash A 60-year-old male pilot, 24-year-old male co-pilot and a 30-year-old female flight attendant were on the ill-fated aircraft when it went down while landing at Castellet airport near the town of Marseilles.

The entire crew of an American private jet was killed in the south of France today when it crashed on landing. The twin-engined Gulfstream-IV came down at Castellet airport, between Marseille and.

Though Circuit Paul Ricard has the distinction of having an international airport on site in the form of Le Castellet Airport, this caters to private planes only and most visitors arriving by air will want to look for flights to either Marseille. For motorcycles there is a dedicated asphalt parking area and crash helmet lockers are provided. On 28 November, the day before the accident, Hill had flown his Aztec to Le Castellet Airport, next to the Paul Ricard Circuit in southern France. On board were five other members of the Embassy Hill team: mechanic Tony Alcock, team driver Tony Brise, team manager Ray Brimble, mechanic Terry Richards and car designer Andrew Smallman.. The group were at the Paul Ricard Circuit to test the team. Two South Florida pilots who died last week when a jet veered off a runway and crashed in southern France were attempting to land at the small Le Castellet airport because there was no room to. A twin-engined Gulfstream IV plane crashed at Le Castellet airport, southern France, on landing at the private airport as it was flying from Nice. Story highlights Charter company confirms three.