Cessna 152, G-BNXC and Aerotechnik EV-97 Eurostar, G-GHEE
A student pilot was flying Cessna 152, G-BNXC, on a cross-country navigation exercise. His planned route took the aircraft overhead the disused airfield at Moreton in Marsh. The pilot of the Aerotechnik EV-97 Eurostar, G-GHEE, had a passenger on board and flew towards Moreton in Marsh where his passenger intended taking photographs. After the Eurostar had completed about 270º of turn over the disused airfield, it rolled out on a northerly heading and very soon afterwards collided with the Cessna 152 which was flying on a west-south-westerly track. The weather was fine with good visibility. The investigation concluded that the accident was caused by neither pilot seeing the other aircraft in sufficient time to take effective avoiding action. One safety recommendation was made, concerning guidance on medication.
Cessna 152, G-BNXC and Aerotechnik EV-97 Eurostar, G-GHEE 11-06.pdf (753.20 kb)
Published 10 December 2014