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TSB Canada concerned about un-commanded nose wheel steering incidents on Boeing aircraft
6 November 2013

TSB Canada concerned about un-commanded nose wheel steering incidents on Boeing aircraft

6 November 2013

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) released its investigation report into the 30 November 2010 runway excursion of an American Airlines Boeing 737-800 at the Montreal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. The report raises concerns about un-commanded nose wheel steering incidents on Boeing aircraft.

Report: CRJ700 suffers runway excursion after fatigued crew lands long on wet runway

23 October 2013

A fatigued flight crew landed long on a wet runway with standing water at Lorient, France, according to a BEA accident investigation report. Their CRJ700 passenger jet suffered a runway excursion as a result.

Report: Indian CRJ-700 runway excursion after late touchdown on wet runway

18 May 2012

An Indian accident investigation committee published their final report into a serious incident involving an Alliance Air CRJ-700 Regional Jet that suffered a runway excursion after landing long on a wet runway.

Crew unaware of wind changes: MD-90 suffers runway excursion in Taiwan

6 May 2012

Investigators from the Aviation Safety Council (ASC) of Taiwan concluded that a sudden change in wind speed caused an MD-90 passenger plane to suffer a runway excursion incident in May 2011.

Report: Falcon 900 runway excursion accident

15 February 2012

The German Bundesstelle für Flugunfalluntersuchung (BFU) released the final report of their investigation into a runway excursion accident involving a Falcon 900 jet that landed fast and long at Emden Airport, Germany.

NTSB issues safety recommendations following B737 tailwind landing accident

11 December 2011

The NTSB has issued four safety recommendations and reiterated one older recommendation to prevent runway excursion accidents following tailwind landings. On December 22, 2009, American Airlines flight 331, a  Boeing 737-800, N977AN, ran off the departure end of runway 12 after landing at Kingston-Norman Manley International Airport (KIN), Jamaica. The aircraft landed approximately 4,000 feet down the […]

Report: Canadair CRJ runway excursion at Longyearbyen, Norway

7 December 2011

A CRJ-200PF cargo plane suffered a serious runway excursion incident upon landing at Svalbard-Longyearbyen Airport (LYR/ENSB), Norway on January 25, 2010. En route to Longyearbyen the crew were told by ATC to expect a runway 28 approach and landing. Braking effect in the landing direction was 4-3-2 (medium/good – medium – medium/poor), with sandy ice. […]

NTSB progress report on United Airlines 497 runway excursion at New Orleans

8 April 2011

The National Transportation Safety Board continues to make progress in its investigation of United Airlines flight 497, which returned to the airport on April 4, 2011, in New Orleans, shortly after take-off due to automated warnings of smoke in the equipment bay. The airplane’s nose wheel exited the side of runway 19 upon completing the […]

Preliminary report issued on Iran Air A300 engine failure and runway excursion at Stockholm

23 January 2011

The Swedish Accident Investigation Board SHK issued a preliminary report on a serious incident that occurred in January 2010 involving an Iran Air Airbus A300 which suffered a runway excursion during an aborted takeoff. The aircraft involved, an Airbus A300-600 registered EP-IBB, had earlier the same day been operated from Tehran with flight number IRA […]

NTSB: Auto speed brake mechanism anomaly noted in Jackson Hole runway excursion incident

12 January 2011

The NTSB issued a second investigation update regarding the runway overrun of a Boeing 757 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. At about 11:38 am MT onDecember 29, American Airlines flight AA2253, a Boeing 757-200 (N668AA) inbound from Chicago O’Hare International Airport, ran off the end of runway 19 in snowy conditions while landing at Jackson Hole Airport. No […]