Full deployment of the airbrakes at low altitude, during a winch start, caused the glider to hit the ground in a steep angle.
A required take-off distance longer that the available take-off distance led to the aircraft collision with nearby trees and the accident.
The local wind conditions most likely affected the handling of the glider during the final approach. As a consequence, the glider crashed at the beginning of the runway.
During landing, the left vingtip of the glider hit a parked aircraft, and the glider crashed.
During climb and upon activation of the heating system, the pilots experienced white smoke in the cabin.
During a winch launch, the left wing touched the runway and the glider crashed.
During taxing to runway in use, the aircraft right wing collided with a parked van.
The collision occured in darkness at the hangar area in Roskilde Airport.
During a self-start the glider picked up the winch wire. After the glider became airborne, the pilot was unable to maintain airspeed and altitude, and the glider crashed east of the airfield.
The BEA has published the final safety investigation report concerning the safety investigation of the accident to an Airbus A380 overhead Greenland on 30-9-2017.
On approach to EKEL runway 29, the pilot was blinded by the sun and landed short of the runway.