Event Details

Title:Runway Overrun Incident, Antonov Airlines, Antonov 124-100 UR-82029, Windsor Airport, Ontario, 18 December 2000
Micro summary:This An-124 overran the runway on landing.
Event Time:2000-12-18 at 2333 EST
File Name:2000-12-18-CA.pdf
Publishing Agency:Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB)
Publishing Country:Canada
Report number:A00O0279
Site of event:Windsor Airport, Ontario
Departure:Mirabel Airport, Montreal, Quebec, Caada
Destination:Windsor Airport, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Airplane Type(s):An 124-100
Flight Phase:Landing
Operator(s):Antonov Airlines
Type of flight:Cargo
Serious Injuries:0
Other Injuries:
Executive Summary:An Antonov 124-100, call sign ADB505F, was chartered by Air Foyle Ltd., to pick up 40 tonnes of auto parts from Windsor, Ontario, for delivery to Oostende, Belgium. The aircraft was owned and operated by the Antonov Design Bureau. The crew conducted an instrument landing system approach to Runway 25 at Windsor Airport, and the aircraft touched down an estimated 3400 feet past the runway threshold, at about 2333 eastern standard time. During the landing roll, the aircraft overran the runway and stopped approximately 340 feet past the end of the runway, 20 feet from the airport boundary fence. There were no injuries, and the aircraft sustained minor damage. Emergency response services responded approximately 40 seconds after the aircraft stopped.
Learning Keywords:Operations - Airspace - Air Traffic Control
Operations - Crew Resource Management
Operations - Language
Operations - Runway Overrun
Operations - Slippery Runway, Taxiway, Apron
Operations - Unstabilized Approach
Consequence - Damage - Airframe or fuselage


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