On Oct. 29, 1997, at 1706 CST, a Cessna 150M was damaged substantially after being rolled over by jet blast while taxiing behind a Boeing 727-231 at San Antonio International Airport (KSAT). Neither the flight instructor nor the student within were injured. The Cessna had just landed after conducting a local training flight and was taxiing back to the ramp when the accident occurred. The student had landed the airplane on Runway 12L and exited it at Taxiway Alpha. The taxi clearance ...

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