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Twin Engine Piper Buzzing Mission Canyon Heights
updated: Aug 06, 2014, 1:15 PM

By Edhat Subscriber

On Tuesday, August 5th at approximately 7:30pm a twin engine Piper airplane # N158SW dangerously flew over the neighborhood homes at well under 500 feet. Pilot flew over Mission Canyon Three times and risked the safety and well being of many people in the Mission Canyon Heights neighborhood. Anyone else observe this event or get photographs of the plane/pilot? Seems this is not the first event for planes buzzing over mission heights by small aircraft....

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Additional Information Provided By an edhat Reader:

N158SW is not a Piper Aircraft airplane. It is a Beechcraft, known as a Baron. You can get the owner's information via the public FAA registry lookup.

I would report him to the local airport authorities. Seriously improper flying. My pilot friend explains that the rules are airplanes should fly 1,000 ft above the lowest objects in a populated area. Is this directly in the path of an airport's runway, within, say, a half-mile or less? That might excuse it somehow. I can only speculate on that. But there's the owner's info.

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