Cessna 152, G-BNKC, 7 May 2006

Cessna 152, G-BNKC


The student pilot was carrying out solo circuits and touch-and-go landings. After completing a successful landing the pilot opened the throttle to take off. As the engine power increased the aircraft started to veer to the left. Instead of applying right rudder to correct the left swing the pilot accidentally applied left rudder. The aircraft continued to veer to the left and came to a halt after entered a field containing a crop of oil rape seed.

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