Hard landing Accident Tecnam P2008 JC D-EIAP, Monday 25 March 2024
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Date:Monday 25 March 2024
Time:c. 15:34 LT
Type:Silhouette image of generic P208 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different    
Tecnam P2008 JC
Owner/operator:Fränkische Fliegerschule Feuerstein eV
Registration: D-EIAP
MSN: 1060
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants:
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Substantial
Location:Rotterdam/The Hague Airport (RTM/EHRD) -   Netherlands
Phase: Landing
Departure airport:Burg Feuerstein Airfield (URD/EDQE)
Destination airport:Rotterdam/The Hague Airport (RTM/EHRD)
Investigating agency: Dutch Safety Board
Confidence Rating: Accident investigation report completed and information captured
A Tecnam P2008 JC suffered a nose landing gear collapse and prop strike during landing on runway 24 at Rotterdam/The Hague Airport (RTM/EHRD).

According to the pilot, shortly before touchdown he unexpectedly experienced a gust of wind or windshear from the left. The aircraft was lifted shortly, lost all energy and then hit the runway. The nose wheel collapsed and consequently the propeller was damaged following contact with the runway. The pilot was uninjured.
The pilot stated that he performed the landing with full flaps.
His final approach speed was around 58 knots indicated airspeed, which is slightly above the final approach airspeed
of 54 knots indicated airspeed, as indicated in the manufacturer’s flight manual.
The pilot held a LAPL(A) and had a total experience of 63 flight hours of which 20 hours on this aircraft type.

The accident occurred around 14.35 UTC. The METAR at Rotterdam The Hague Airport for 14.25 UTC indicated a wind
from 150 degrees with an average speed of 8 knots, variable between 120 and 190 degrees. There were no significant
clouds and a visibility of 10 km or more.

The Dutch Safety Board did not further investigate the accident.

Accident investigation:
Investigating agency: Dutch Safety Board
Report number: 2024035
Status: Investigation completed
Duration: 2 months
Download report: Final report



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Revision history:

25-Mar-2024 17:38 ASN Added
25-Mar-2024 17:38 ASN Updated [Location, Embed code, Narrative]
25-Mar-2024 23:39 RobertMB Updated [Time, Aircraft type, Operator, Source, Narrative, Category]
30-May-2024 12:37 ASN Updated [Nature, Damage, Narrative, Accident report]
30-May-2024 12:37 ASN Updated [Accident report]

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