|Manufacturer:||Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; Elmira, New York, USA.|
|Model:||TSC-1A1 Teal (FAA Code: 8051992).|
|Type Certificate No:||A15EA|
Lycoming O-320-A3B 150 hp @ 2700 RPM. (FAA Code: 41508).
|Remarks:||Mode S Codes: 50315733 / A19BDB|
|N2020T||1972-??-??||Manufacturing date. Reserved registration number at factory.|
of R issued to:
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; P O Box 147, Elmira, New York 14902, USA. Demonstration aircraft.
|1972-06-20||First flight from Elmira, New York.|
if Conformity, FAA Form 317, issued:
Serial No: 20
Registration No: N-2020T
Complied with Section 21.33(a).
Produced under type certificate only (FAR 21 Subpart F).
Flight checked: 1972-06-20.
Signed: Cyral R. Lancaster; Chief Inspector.
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation.
for Airworthiness Certificate, FAA Form 8130-6.
Signed by Paul A. Schweizer; Vice President.
TCDS # A15EA Revision 4.
Total airframe hours: N/A.
Approved by John D. Lucius; FAA Inspector, EA-EMDO 1-0-44.
Airworthiness Certificate, FAA Form 8100-2, issued.
Signed: John D. Lucius, FAA Representative, EA-EMDO 1-0-44.
|1972-08-29||Crashed at Seneca Lake, Watkins Glen, New York, when pilot attempted to take off from rough water. According to NTSB swells were 18 in, up to 3 ft high. During take off the airplane hit a swell, was thrown into the air below flying speed and nosed into the water again, and flipped over on it's back. Pilot escaped with minor injuries. Passenger sustained serious injuries.|
from Schweizer Aircraft Corporation to DoT; FAA, Aircraft
of United States Civil Aircraft, FAA AC Form 8050-17:
The above registration is to be canceled for the reason checked below:
[x] Totally destroyed or scrapped.
Cancelled from FAA Registry as "DESTROYED".
|????-??-??||Recovered from Seneca Lake.|
|Sources:||FAA Aircraft Registry|