Preliminary Accident Reports

November 2006 Issue

September 7, 2006, Shelton, Wash. / Cessna 182RG

During the in-flight portion of a flight review, the Private pilot, who did not have a current flight review at the time of the accident, forgot to extend the landing gear during a practice soft-field landing. The flight instructor giving the flight review was aware the pilot had not put the landing gear down and, while the aircraft was on final approach, told the pilot multiple times to execute a go-around. …

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