Preliminary Accident Reports

July 2002 Issue

April 19, Sedona, Ariz. / Cessna Stationair

At 1250 mountain time, a Cessna T206H porpoised after a bounced landing at the Sedona Airport. Neither the private pilot nor the three passengers were injured. The airplane was landing on runway 21, and the winds were from 170 degrees at 19 knots gusting to 26. The pilot was issued his private pilot certificate 20 days earlier....

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