The Beech C90A stalls during last turn
On April 20, 2012, this Beech C90A took off from Jundiaí airport, Brazil, for a pre re-deliver test flight after maintenance work. Shortly after takeoff, the pilot declared an emergency and requested to land immediately. Soon after, the pilot cancelled the emergency condition, stating that he had solved the problem. The pilot decided to land anyway, using the normal runway landing pattern. But while the aircraft was on its final turn before final approach, the right wing stalled and the plane rolled and violently impacted the ground about 180 meters from the runway threshold, and exploded. The pilot has been killed.