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Author Topic: Ground view of a Cessna 337 similar to the one that crashed near Inverloch  (Read 2403 times)
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« on: November 19, 2007, 03:21:15 PM »

It is of my opinion that to the untrained eye, the media shots depicting the side view of this aircraft means nothing. It could look like any other single engine plane. The aircraft may have been seen by others as it was very loud (as they are)  quite low at about 1000 ft when it was seen flying towards Wilsons Prom from over the land area of Inverloch.
My suggestion is that these shots be distributed to appropriate media , TV news and newspapers to depict the unusual shape of this aircraft from below as it would have been seen. The Cessna 337 has a very loud engine sound as the rear engine has no exhaust fitted. Also to the untrained eye, a Cessna 336 and 337 appears to be a single engine aircraft as the untrained eye expects to see engines of twins on the wings. This is very important and is being overlooked in the media. The media are also saying that the missing plane was white with green stripes, when it is actually beige, but may appear as a dirty white when in the air.

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