Preliminary Accident Reports
May 2002 Issue
February 09, Prescott, Ariz. / Pulsar
At 1402 mountain time, an amateur-built Pulsar made a hard landing at Love Field, collapsing the landing gear. The student pilot/owner was operating the airplane with a commercial pilot, the previous owner, riding in the right seat to help the new owner familiarize himself with the airplane. The student pilot reported about 100 hours total time and said it was his first flight in this kind of airplane, and the accident occurred on the first attempted landing....
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