Event Details

Title:Runway Overrun, Inter-Canadien Fokker F28 Mk 1000 C-GTIZ, St. John's, Newfoundland, 01 August 1999
Micro summary:This Fokker F.28 overran the runway on landing.
Event Time:1999-08-01 at 2320 NDT
File Name:1999-08-01-CA.pdf
Publishing Agency:Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB)
Publishing Country:Canada
Report number:A99A0100
Site of event:1998-08-01
Departure:Halifax International Airport, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Destination:St. John's International Airport, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Airplane Type(s):Fokker F.28 MK 1000
Flight Phase:Landing
Type of flight:Revenue
Serious Injuries:7
Other Injuries:0
Executive Summary:The aircraft, designated Inter-Canadien Flight 2210, had completed a localizer approach to Runway 16 at St. Johnís Airport, Newfoundland, in night instrument meteorological conditions. Runway 16 had a displaced threshold that reduced the useable length from 7000 feet to 5530 feet, and the surface was wet, with no standing water. The aircraft touched down at 118 knots approximately 1200 feet past the displaced threshold. The crew were unable to stop the aircraft on the runway, and the aircraft came to rest approximately 420 feet beyond the runway end. During the runway excursion, the nose gear collapsed. Of the 56 passengers and the 4 crew members on board, 5 passengers and 2 crew members suffered minor injuries.
Learning Keywords:Operations - Airspace - Non-Precision Approach
Operations - Evacuation
Operations - Runway Overrun
Operations - Unstabilized Approach
Systems - Braking Systems
Other - Post-Crash Survivability


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