- Wed Nov 01, 2017 6:47 pm
(some of these answers are applicable to the US only)
...and get your wallet out and open it up. The giant sucking sound will be both the money going to inspect and fix the plane, repair the airport damage, and/or pay for the increase in your insurance premiums, as well as your license being "held" by the FAA, pending your 709 ride....
Seriously, though, you'll need to inspect (or have a mechanic inspect) your aircraft for damage, report any airport damage, and depending on the level of damage and/or injury, you may have to file a report with the NTSB. If you do need to report to the airport and/or ATC, they will likely also report to the FAA, and you can expect an investigation.