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Cessna 441 Conquest, G-USAR

Date of occurrence: 25 July 2011

Summary:
During the landing roll, the right main landing gear trailing arm failed causing the right wing to contact the ground. The aircraft veered to the right and came to rest on the grass on the right side of the runway. The pilot was uninjured. The reason for the failure of the trailing arm could not be identified due to damage of the fracture surfaces caused by contact with the runway

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Report name:
Cessna 441 Conquest, G-USAR
Registration:
G-USAR
Type:
Cessna 441 Conquest
Location:
Doncaster Airport, South Yorkshire
Date of occurrence:
25 July 2011
Category:
Commercial Air Transport - Fixed Wing
Summary:
During the landing roll, the right main landing gear trailing arm failed causing the right wing to contact the ground. The aircraft veered to the right and came to rest on the grass on the right side of the runway. The pilot was uninjured. The reason for the failure of the trailing arm could not be identified due to damage of the fracture surfaces caused by contact with the runway
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