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.
A WWII bomber just crashed at Dallas Executive Airport. It was part of the Commemorative Air Force’s Wings Over Dallas Show. Wing just came off as it made a pass over the airfield. Tragic and horrible to witness. #CAF #WingsOverDallas #WarBirds pic.twitter.com/oojv4KmUsX— Christopher Kratovil (@chris_kratovil) November 12, 2022
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. 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.