Richard Francis speaking on the BBC said ..."it was a terrible kind of slow motion...pretty certain that it was not going well right from early on...." The pilot before his flight was " being very cautious, and I commented on it"
Bourn Airfield is an old World War II site with the main runway now home to thousands of shipping containers. The flyers now use the former taxiway ( which is over 600 metres long) as their runway.
The Rural Flying Club has been around since 1965 and the hangers house some thirty aircraft. The club rents out 2 light aircraft for training purposes and there are approximately 20 -30 movements a day.
The Air Accident Investigation Board (AAIB) has this morning sent a field team to investigate an aircraft accident at Bourne, Cambridgeshire..
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