- July 30, 2020

Jackson Bound Plane Crashes In Montana

by Jackson Hole Radio News

A twin-engine private aircraft that was enroute to Jackson, Wyoming from Helena, Montana has crashed in the mountains between Ennis and Big Sky, Montana.  The twin-engine Cessna 377 Skymaster with three passengers on board was traveling to Jackson when it went down Thursday morning according to FAA Spokesman Allen Kenitzer. The wreckage was located about 3:00 pm Thursday. The remote site of the crash was accessed by helicopter. No information was immediately available about the identity of those on board but reports indicate two of them survived the crash. The Madison Madison County, Montana Sheriff said the original report of the crash was received from one of the passengers. Sheriff’s officials did not reveal an exact location of the crash site.