On January 13, 1993, at approximately 1306 central standard time, a Cessna 152, N64949, was substantially damaged following loss of control during landing at Bourland Field near Fort Worth, Texas. The student pilot was not injured. No flight plan was filed for the visual meteorological conditions flight. The airplane was owned and operated by Bourland Aviation of Fort Worth, Texas. Use your browsers 'back' function to return to synopsisReturn to Query Page
The pilot and other witnesses reported that the airplane began to porpoise during the landing. They reported that the airplane bounced at least two times. The last landing resulted in the nose gear collapsing. A review of the pilot's training records indicated he had been signed off for solo flight approximately two flight hours prior to the accident.