Narrative:After a 2,5 test flight, the co-pilot moved into the left hand seat to carry out 2 familiarisation circuits and landings under the supervision of the pilot-in-command. On the first approach, the aircraft was a little below the approach path. The plane bounced to about 20 feet. After a heavy nosewheel-first touchdown, the aircraft bounced again to about 50 feet. The One-Eleven then struck the runway very heavily, again in a nose-down attitude. The landing gear collapsed and the right main gear broke off during the slide.
|Date:||Wednesday 18 March 1964|
|Type:||BAC One-Eleven 201AC|
|Operator:||British Aircraft Corporation - BAC|
|C/n / msn:|| 006|
|First flight:|| 1964|
|Total airframe hrs:||17|
|Crew:||Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 5|
|Passengers:||Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 0|
|Total:||Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 5 |
|Airplane damage:|| Written off|
|Airplane fate:|| Written off (damaged beyond repair)|
|Location:||Wisley Airfield (United Kingdom)
|Phase:|| Landing (LDG)|
|Departure airport:||Wisley Airfield, United Kingdom|
|Destination airport:||Wisley Airfield, United Kingdom|
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display the exact flight path.
Distance from Wisley Airfield to Wisley Airfield as the crow flies is NAN km (NAN miles).
This information is not presented as the Flight Safety Foundation or the Aviation Safety Networkĺs opinion as to the cause of the accident. It is preliminary and is based on the facts as they are known at this time.