QuikR, G-CGLO, 23 November 2013



Whilst taking off from a stubble field, the pilot was unable to maintain directional control and the aircraft tipped onto its right side. The suitability of the field and the possibility that he had tried to become airborne at too low an airspeed were cited by the pilot as possible factors in the accident.

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