Flight Design CTSW, G-OMSA, 1 June 2011

Flight Design CTSW, G-OMSA


Whilst landing at Sibson, the aircraft bounced and on the second touchdown the nose landing gear collapsed. The aircraft came to rest inverted and the pilot, who was uninjured, was able to vacate the aircraft unaided. The pilot was possibly distracted by the upslope to the displaced threshold and his proximity to the preceding aircraft.

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