Date & Time:
Dec 12, 1993
Dar es Salaam - Dar es Salaam
The crew was completing a local training flight at Dar es Salaam Airport. The aircraft landed at an excessive speed and in a flapless configuration. Upon touchdown, the undercarriage were torn off and the aircraft came to rest on its belly. Both pilots escaped uninjured but the aircraft was damaged beyond repair.
Wrong approach configuration on part of the crew. The following contributing factors were reported:
- Poor flight preparation,
- The crew failed to follow the approach checklist,
- The crew failed to proceed to an approach briefing,
- Excessive approach speed,
- The crew failed to realize the flaps were not selected down.