Probable cause: The pilot’s decision to take off at night and continue visual flight into instrument meteorological conditions. which resulted in the pilot becoming spatially disoriented and losing control of the airplane. Contributing to the
Probable cause: The airplane’s collision with a deer during the landing roll.
Probable cause: The student pilot’s improper landing flare and subsequent failure to relinquish the flight controls, which resulted in a hard landing.
Probable cause: The pilot’s loss of situational awareness during the approach over a corn field, which resulted in collision with corn stalks.
Probable cause: The pilot's failure to attain the proper touchdown point, which resulted in a runway overrun.
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Probable cause: The pilot’s and flight instructor’s failure to extend the landing gear.
Probable cause: The pilot’s loss of directional control during landing due to the failure of the right brake seal.
Probable cause: Maintenance personnel's incorrect installation of the aileron control cables and subsequent failure to verify proper aileron functionality following the maintenance, which resulted in roll control that was opposite of that command
Probable cause: A partial loss of engine power due to carburetor icing.