Slingsby T67B, G-BLTU, 20 February 2006

Slingsby T67B, G-BLTU


As a result of a reduction in engine power, possibly caused by carburettor icing, the pilot was unable to maintain height and therefore made a forced landing in a recently harrowed field. During the landing roll the nose wheel dug into the soft earth causing the nose leg to break and the aircraft to flip onto its back.

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Published 10 December 2014