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Flight# Airline Origin Time Status
854 Allegiant Air PIE
St. Petersburg
3:42pm Late
4542 Delta Connection DTW
4:27pm Late
6334 United Express ORD
Chicago OHare
4:56pm On Time
4957 Delta Connection ATL
5:32pm Early
4754 Delta Connection DTW
6:46pm On Time
400 Allegiant Air LAS
Las Vegas
8:44pm On Time
4996 United Express ORD
Chicago OHare
8:45pm On Time
5552 Delta Connection ATL
8:52pm On Time
Flight# Airline Destination Time Status
855 Allegiant Air PIE
St. Petersburg
4:32pm On Time
4822 Delta Connection ATL
4:55pm Late
6314 United Express ORD
Chicago OHare
5:26pm On Time
5304 Delta Connection DTW
5:58pm On Time
401 Allegiant Air LAS
Las Vegas
9:34pm On Time
4997 United Express ORD
Chicago OHare
5:30am On Time
5008 Delta Connection ATL
6:00am On Time
4292 United Express EWR
6:15am On Time

South Bend Airport Statement Regarding an Aircraft Incident


Monday, April 4, 2011


SOUTH BEND, Ind — At approximately 11:59 a.m. today at the South Bend Airport (SBN) a small low-wing single engine Cirrus aircraft collided on its approach the South Bend Airport.

The Cirrus aircraft was rented from Chicago Executive Airport (Palwaukee Airport), North of Chicago, and had filed an IFR flight plan to land at SBN. The aircraft included one private pilot and no passengers.

South Bend Airport emergency responders were at the accident scene within three minutes of impact followed by South Bend Fire who also arrived within minutes of the collision. The pilot was extracted from the aircraft and was conscious when he was taken to a local hospital.

The Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) of the FAA is presently on their way to the airport.

The South Bend Airport briefly closed all runways while responding to the incident. Runway 18/36 opened within a half hour of the incident, and runway 09R/27L was cleared for use within an hour. All commercial operations at SBN are operating as scheduled.

All additional information will be shared as it becomes available.


About the South Bend Airport

South Bend Airport’s three air carriers provide nonstop flights to nine cities: Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Fort Myers/Punta Gorda, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Orlando/Sanford, Phoenix/Mesa, and Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg with connections world-wide. South Bend Airport’s multi-modal terminal serves over one million air, rail and bus passengers each year. According to the 2012 Economic Impact Report from the Aviation Authority of Indiana, the South Bend Airport's total annual economic impact on South Bend and surrounding communities was in excess of $1.7 billion.

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