NYC07CA156
NYC07CA156

The pilot of the Piper PA34-200 described the flight as "uneventful," and the performance of the airplane as "fine" and "normal." At touchdown on runway 26, the airplane "bounced a little bit" and then "porpoised." The pilot said that the porpoising "got worse before it got better" and that the bounced landing drove the nose landing gear through the top of the nose enclosure, and ejected both windscreens from their mounts.

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