|GA Safety: Landing Issues|
The CAA have reported that around 70% of the GA unit’s Occurrence Reports covering May and June have involved some sort of landing difficulty.
While a few incidents have been airworthiness-related — problems lowering the landing gear or it collapsing — most have been down to pilot error, although right now ‘rustiness’ is probably a fairer way to put it. The most common problem, some 50% of the reports, has been loss of control during or just after touchdown, and there have also been several landings in the undershoot.
In response they have published CAP 1950, which raises awareness and provides advice to Pilots.