Airborne Edge XT912-B/Streak III-B, G-CEHH, 28 March 2007

Airborne Edge XT912-B/Streak III-B, G-CEHH


The flying instructor was demonstrating an ‘engine-off’ approach to his pupil, when the aircraft (a flex-wing microlight) struck a tree close to the final approach. Post-mortem toxicology indicated that the instructor’s blood alcohol level was 137 mg/100ml. The UK prescribed limit for pilots is 20 mg/100ml; that for driving is 80mg/100ml.

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