In January 1992, Deutsche Krankenversicherung (DKV) chartered the Cessna 421C Golden Eagle III from Air Boniats for a flight from Augsburg to Zurich. As a reward for four successful employees: three women and one man.
On the return flight on January 25, the machine could not land at Augsburg-Mühlhausen Airport due to fog. Since the 66-year-old pilot was unable to make visual contact with the runway because visibility was less than 500 meters, he initiated a go-around procedure and diverted to Munich-Riem Airport at around 3:40 p.m.
The weather conditions on the approach to Munich Airport were also bad. During the final approach, the pilot noticed that the 16-year-old aircraft, registration D-IBHH, was not aligned correctly and decided to attempt a go-around when the aircraft touched the ground. The Cessna crashed headfirst into a meadow next to the runway and burned out.
The aircraft was destroyed on impact and all five occupants perished. At the time of the accident, visibility and RVR were below minimum.