Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee, G-KATS
Whilst landing on a grass strip, the aircraft bounced and floated before touching down again. The pilot judged that there was insufficient distance in which to stop safely and abandoned the landing. During the go-around, the aircraft struck a hedge at the far end of the strip and crashed in the field beyond. The aircraft was destroyed by fire, while its occupants suffered minor injuries.
Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee G-KATS 10-12.pdf (314.10 kb)