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Voici les infos que l’on peut trouver sur aviation-safety.net pour cet accident :


Date : 30-APR-2018

Time :

Type : PZL-Bielsko SZD-9bis Bocian 1E

Owner/operator : Private

Registration : SP-2589

C/n /msn : P-557

Fatalities : Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 2

Other fatalities : 0

Aircraft damage : Written off (damaged beyond repair)

Location : Żernica – Poland

Phase : Landing

Nature : Unknown

Departure Airport :

Destination Airport :

Narrative : The accident of a glider in Podkarpacie. Two people injured. A dangerous air accident occurred in Żernica in the Bieszczady Mountains. During landing, the glider hit the apron. Two people were injured. According to the police, fortunately, the injuries do not threaten the lives of the injured.


The Commission found that:
1. The glider had all technical and operational documents.
2. The pilot had the necessary qualifications to perform the flight.
3. The pilot performed acrobatics on a glider not admitted to aerobatics due to the year of production of the glider (over 25 years).
4. The pilot performed acrobatics below the height of 300 m.
5. The pilot tried to make a 180 ° turn to the landing pad at a too low altitude and speed. The pilot infringed the Aviation Act with the unified text dated 20 June 2018. Art.135. point.6, item 3 "the aircraft has been built or used contrary to the applicable regulations" and the Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure and Construction of 14 April 2017 on test flights and aerobatic flights, Chapter 3, Aerobatic flights § 5.9. Aerobatic flights performed at the airport or within 1 km of its border may be performed outside the aerobatic flight zone or the air show zone after the following conditions have been met:
1) obtaining the consent of the aerodrome operator to perform the aerobatic flight;
2) obtaining the consent of the air traffic control service in the case of a controlled aerodrome;
3) performing flights at an altitude of not less than 300 m (1000 ft) above the airport level or obtaining the consent of the President of the Office for flights of less than 300 m (1000 ft) above ground level;
4) leaving the aircraft within the continuous observation of the person designated by the airport manager or within the radar control range in the case of a controlled aerodrome. Therefore, the State Commission on Aircraft Accident Investigation decided to waive the examination of the accident



​Source : https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=210224

Edited by Matt_LFAS

La différence entre Dieu et un pilote??? Ben Dieu, lui, il ne se prend pas pour un pilote...


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