Luton LA4A Minor, G-ASEB, 17 September 2009

Luton LA4A Minor, G-ASEB


Shortly after takeoff, at a height of approximately 100 feet, the engine stopped. The pilot carried out a forced landing, and in an attempt to avoid a high hedge, he landed with a high vertical descent rate and low forward speed. The aircraft sustained damage but the pilot was uninjured. The pilot’s post-accident examination of the engine and fuel system did not reveal any faults so the pilot considered that the engine may have suffered from carburettor icing.

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