2 Planes Crash During Dallas Airshow

Nov 12, 2022 | Aviation Accidents

dallas airshow crash

DALLAS, TX – Two WWII-era military planes crashed mid-air during the Wings Over Dallas airshow at the Dallas Executive Airport this afternoon. According to the federal aviation administration, a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra collided and crashed at about 1:20 p.m. The crash left black plumes of smoke across the sky and sent debris flying over US-67.

A total of 6 people were on board the Houston-based planes. At this time, no information has been released on the status of the pilots or whether any injuries were reported from falling debris.

John Eddie Williams, Jr, founder of Williams Hart & Boundas, is an aviation enthusiast, licensed pilot, and expert in aviation law. We are saddened to see this preventable disaster unfold and are keeping everyone involved in our thoughts.

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John Eddie Williams, Jr.

John Eddie Williams, Jr.

Founder and Managing Partner

John Eddie Williams, Jr. has owned and operated a jet for more than 20 years. He is a trained and licensed pilot and has extensive expertise in Aviation Law.

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