Jodel DR1050 Ambassadeur, G-ATGE, 12 June 2009

Jodel DR1050 Ambassadeur, G-ATGE

Summary:

The aircraft was on the return leg of a flight to the Isle of Man with three people on board. Deteriorating weather meant the pilot was unable to land at his destination, so he diverted to a nearby airfield, which had a grass runway oriented north-south. The aircraft passed over the northern threshold of the runway heading west and began a tight turn to the right. During the turn the nose dropped, probably as a result of a stall, and the aircraft dived into the ground. The occupants were fatally injured and the aircraft was destroyed in the fire that followed.

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