ERA09CA216
ERA09CA216

The pilot stated that after landing while taxiing on the marked centerline through a non-movement area, he made a turn to the right and the right wing of his airplane (Cirrus) contacted the engine cowling of a parked Cessna 150. He further stated that he thought the wingtip of his airplane would clear the nose of the parked airplane. The Cirrus sustained a crack in the fuselage floor where the wing and fuselage are joined together. The airport manager reported that the Cessna was incorrectly parked temporarily by an airport tenant. The Cessna was parked with the nose of the airplane protruding over a taxi line of an area that is designated to be an obstruction free area.

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