On 29 July 2011 a Piper Tomahawk left City Airport Manchester, UK carrying the pilot and one passenger. During the initial climb phase the US manufactured aircraft, operated by Ravenair Aircraft Ltd, reportedly got into difficulty and the pilot was seen struggling to maintain control of the plane shortly before it crashed into 2 houses in Salford, Greater Manchester. The pilot and passengers suffered severe burns and were taken to hospital.
Irwin Mitchell Aviation Law is investigating the cause of this accident.
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