AAIB investigation to Pegasus Xl-Q, G-MWPE

Inverted on landing at Sutton Meadows Airfield, 6 July 2015.


because the pilot felt he had been too high on the final approach. This time, the aircraft was correctly positioned and touched down on its rear wheels. However, as the nose was lowered, the aircraft flipped inverted. The pilot was able to escape uninjured. He believes that the nosewheel may have been off-centre and that he did not check its position on the second approach.

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