Cessna 150M, G-BRNC, 2 July 2006

Cessna 150M, G-BRNC


During landing, the aircraft failed to stop within the runway distance available; it departed the runway to the left and struck a steel gate. The pilot, in a full and frank statement, attributed the accident to his failure to initiate a go-around at an early stage of the landing. He also considered that his approach speed, the wet grass runway and the lack of a headwind were contributory factors.

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