ERA10CA303
ERA10CA303

The pilot stated to a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) inspector that he “may have been a bit overconfident in salvaging a poor approach” and landed long at a higher than normal airspeed. The airplane bounced, departed the left side of the runway, and struck a fence which resulted in substantial damage to the left wing. A detailed examination of the airplane revealed no preimpact mechanical anomaly, and that the braking system performed as designed when actuated by the foot pedals or the hand lever.

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