The Piper Seneca II from AW Academy from Cascais was performing a training flight and after a landing and take off with a simulated engine failure the Piper smashed into the ground in a property nearby the airfield. The aircraft went down in the middle of trees and bush fortunately not buildings or people. The main fuselage separated into two parts and the wings and engines seemed to be ripped off from the rest of the structure.
Here are some pictures of this accident just a week after a Cessna 152 from Leávia, another flight school from Cascais crash and taken the lives of two pilots.
photos: A Bola
photo: Jorge Amaral/Global Imagens
photo: Paulo Santo
photo: Paulo Carvalho - Aviação Portugal