Narrative:The One-Eleven prototype was engaged in a series of test fights to assess stability and handling characteristics during the approach to, and recovery from the stall with a centre of gravity in varying positions. On the fifth stalling test, at a height of about 16000 feet and with 8deg of flaps, the plane entered a stable stall. The 1-11 continued to descend at a high vertical speed, and in a substantially horizontal attitude and eventually struck the ground with very little forward speed.
|Date:||Tuesday 22 October 1963|
|Type:||BAC One-Eleven 200AB|
|Operator:||British Aircraft Corporation - BAC|
|C/n / msn:|| 004|
|First flight:|| 1963|
|Total airframe hrs:||81|
|Crew:||Fatalities: 7 / Occupants: 7|
|Passengers:||Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 0|
|Total:||Fatalities: 7 / Occupants: 7 |
|Airplane damage:|| Written off|
|Airplane fate:|| Written off (damaged beyond repair)|
|Location:||2 km (1.3 mls) NNW of Chicklade (United Kingdom)
|Phase:|| Maneuvering (MNV)|
|Departure airport:||Wisley Airfield, United Kingdom|
|Destination airport:||Wisley Airfield, United Kingdom|
PROBABLE CAUSE: "During a stalling test the aircraft entered a stable stalled conditions, recovery from which was impossible."
» ICAO Accident Digest No.15 - Volume II, Circular 78-AN/66 (55-67)
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Distance from Wisley Airfield to Wisley Airfield as the crow flies is NAN km (NAN miles).