Vans RV-9A, G-CDMF, 2 September 2007

Vans RV-9A, G-CDMF


After a bounced landing, the aircraft touched down heavily on its nose gear and then flipped inverted. The pilot reported that his landing airspeed was too low for the gusty weather conditions and that wind shear near the runway threshold contributed to the accident.

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