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{{Accident
 
|Date=2007/02/06
 
|Operational_Issue=CFIT
 
|Aircraft_Type=BE20
 
|Location=Montana, USA
 
|Coordinates=45°46′39″N,111°9′11″W
 
|Phase_of_Flight=Descent
 
|Type_of_Flight=Private
 
}}
 
 
{{Infobox Controlled Flight Into Terrain
 
{{Infobox Controlled Flight Into Terrain
 
|source            = SKYbrary
 
|source            = SKYbrary

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Description

On February 6, 2007, a Beech 200 King Air, being operated by Metro Aviation on an EMS positioning flight, collided at night with mountainous terrain approximately 13 nm north-northwest of the Gallatin Field Airport, Belgrade, MT, USA shortly after advising that the airport was in sight and requesting and obtaining permission for a visual approach. The aircraft was fitted with TAWS Class 'B' equipment.

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