Event Details

Title:Landing beside the runway, Bradley Air Services Ltd. (First Air), Boeing 737-210C, C-GNWN, Edmonton International Airport, Alberta, 25 February 2004
Micro summary:This Boeing 737 landed next to the runway.
Event Time:2004-02-25 at 0544 MST
File Name:2004-02-25-CA.pdf
Publishing Agency:Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB)
Publishing Country:Canada
Report number:A04W0032
Site of event:Edmonton International Airport, Alberta Runway 12
Departure:Lupin Airport, Lupin, Nunavut, Canada
Destination:Edmonton International Airport, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Airplane Type(s):Boeing 737-210C
Flight Phase:Landing
Operator(s):First Air (Bradley Air Services Ltd.)
Type of flight:Revenue
Serious Injuries:Unknown
Other Injuries:Unknown
Executive Summary:The Boeing 737210C (C-GNWN, serial number 21067) was operating as Flight FAB 6501 from Lupin, Nunavut, to Edmonton, Alberta. The runway visual range (RVR) provided to the flight crew prior to commencing the approach to Runway 12 at Edmonton was 1200 RVR, with a runway light setting of 5. The crew flew the instrument landing system approach in darkness and touched down on the infield to the left of the runway surface, at 0544 mountain standard time. The aircraft travelled approximately 1600 feet before returning to the runway. After the aircraft was brought to a full stop, aircraft rescue and firefighting was requested by the flight crew. One runway light, four taxiway lights, and one hold sign were struck by the aircraft. There were no injuries and the passengers deplaned via the rear airstairs door.
Learning Keywords:Operations - Airspace - Non-Precision Approach
Operations - Crew Resource Management
Operations - Unstabilized Approach
Consequence - Damage - Airframe or fuselage


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