Cessna 182Q, G-BWRR, 11 August 2006

Cessna 182Q, G-BWRR

Summary:

The aircraft was landing shortly after a rain shower had passed overhead the airfield. Following a normal touchdown the aircraft became airborne again having hit an undulation in the grass surface. The pilot made a small power application to arrest the descent and touched down again further down the strip. On brake application the pilot perceived little braking effect due to the slipperiness of the wet grass. The aircraft overran the runway causing slight damage. There were no injuries.

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