CEN10CA120
CEN10CA120

The pilot was landing on a 150 foot wide 9,000 foot long runway. As the airplane touched down in a “full stall three point landing” the pilot said he encountered a gust of wind that lifted the right wing and he could not prevent the airplane from drifting to the left. He applied power and attempted a go-around, but the airplane became airborne for only a “short distance” before impacting terrain on the left side of the runway. There was substantial damage to the right wing, right main landing gear, and structural damage to the fuselage, but no injuries to the two persons on-board.

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