AAIB investigation to Rand KR-2, G-BVIA

Struck hedge during forced landing, Temple Bruer Airfield, Lincolnshire, 3 May 2014.

Summary:

The pilot had taken off in fine weather to conduct a test flight. The aircraft had been refuelled to full prior to flight, but after takeoff the pilot noticed the fuel gauge was reading less than half-full. He decided to make an immediate return to the airfield but, on approach to land, the engine stopped. The pilot attempted to make the runway but the mainwheels caught a hedge before the threshold and the aircraft overturned. The pilot, who was wearing a full safety harness, sustained only minor injury.

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Rand KR-2 G-BVIA 08-14.pdf (132.21 kb)

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