On 26 February 2009, The Beagle B121 was joining the circuit at Cranfield Airport when the engine lost power, resulting in a crash landing into a field approximately two miles from the airport. The Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) determined that the loss of engine power was carburettor icing caused by flying in conditions likely to cause serious engine icing.

Irwin Mitchell Aviation Law represents the passenger who was injured in this incident.

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