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C-182A Non-Fatal Seebring, OH January 22, 2017

Posted by on Jan 22, 2017 in 2017, C-182, Loss of Aircraft Control, Non-Fatal Single-Engine, OH, Seebring | 0 comments

The pilot in the tricycle-gear-equipped airplane reported that he landed about 4 ft short of the asphalt runway. The nose landing gear struck the 6-inch-high asphalt perimeter and separated from the airplane. The pilot aborted the landing, the airplane bounced, and the pilot established a climb. He completed one traffic pattern and an approach. During the second landing, the pilot chose to land on the turf safety area parallel to the runway. When the airplaneā€™s main landing gear touched down on the turf surface, the airplane nosed over. The airplane sustained substantial damage to the firewall, fuselage, left wing, and empennage.

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DHC-6 Non-Fatal Rittman, OH June 4, 2005

Posted by on Jun 4, 2005 in 2005, DHC-6 Twin Otter, Loss of Aircraft Control, Non-Fatal, Non-Fatal Multi-Engine, OH, Rittman, Training | 0 comments

The purpose of the flight was for the second pilot to perform an evaluation of the first pilot, who was recently designated by the operator as a backup pilot. Following several successful flights with and without passengers, the pilots discussed single engine operations, and the first pilot reduced the right engine’s power to flight idle and feathered the propeller.

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