Event Details

Title:Near-miss, Boeing 737, NZ 450 and Hawker Siddeley 748, ZQA 719, Wellington Airport, 2 July 1995
Micro summary:This Boeing 737 landed while the HS 748 was still on the runway taking off.
Event Time:1995-07-02 at 1308 NZST
File Name:1995-07-02-NZ.pdf
Publishing Agency:Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC)
Publishing Country:New Zealand
Report number:95-012
Site of event:Wellington Airport Runway 34
First AirplaneSecond Airplane
Departure:Christchurch International Airport, Christchurch, New ZealandWellington International Airport, Wellington, New Zealand
Destination:Wellington International Airport, Wellington, New ZealandNelson Airport, Nelson, New Zealand
Airplane Type(s):Boeing 737Hawker Siddley 748
Flight Phase:LandingTakeoff
Registration(s):NZ450ZQA 719
Operator(s):Air New ZealandAnsett
Type of flight:RevenueRevenue
Serious Injuries:
Other Injuries:
Executive Summary:On Sunday, 2 July 1995 at 1308 hours a loss of runway separation occurred at Wellington Airport, where a Boeing 737 landed before a HS 748 had become airborne from the runway ahead. It was recommended that controllers apply conservative judgement; that CAA develop educational material on go-around procedures; that ACNZ review the use of language in MATS.
Learning Keywords:Operations - Airspace - Air Proximity
Operations - Airspace - Air Traffic Control
Operations - Runway Incursion


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