A Beechcraft King Air C90GTi had a serious accident on Wednesday while trying to take off from the city of Cuiaba, in the interior of Brazil.
The aircraft, with three occupants, left the ground but tilted towards the aircraft apron and hit the left wing on the ground. The turboprop slid until it hit a hangar under construction.
A security camera video at the airport captured the moment the King Air left the runway and crashed into the building.
The pilot and an employee working on the site died, while the passengers managed to leave the aircraft before a fire consumed it.
A King Air turboprop crashed into a hangar under construction at an airport in Brazil on October 4 while trying to take off, killing two people. pic.twitter.com/kzSRPoeF07
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The aircraft was manufactured in 2008 and has the serial number LJ-1875, according to the Brazilian Aeronautical Registry.
The Brazilian Air Force (FAB), through the Regional Aviation Accident Investigation and Prevention Service (Seripa IV), will investigate the causes of the accident.
Bom Futuro Airport is located north of Cuiabá and belongs to the Bom Futuro agricultural group. The infrastructure is aimed at executive flights and has a 1,570 meter long runway and several hangars.