Incident at 18 se Lynn Lake, Manitoba (ATS operating irregularity)

Summary

1997-07-18: An operating irregularity occurred 18 nautical miles south east of Lynn Lake, Manitoba, when N339H, a Gulfstream Aerospace GII aircraft was cleared to depart Lynn Lake on a corporate flight to Minot, North Dakota, while N14CF, a Beechcraft King Air 100, was inbound on a passenger charter flight from Winnipeg, Manitoba. N14CF was cleared to 18 nautical miles on the 150 degree radial from the Lynn Lake VOR. Air Traffic Services planned to clear N339H to depart Lynn Lake, with a restriction to climb on the 107 degree radial from the Lynn Lake VOR to 14,000 feet before proceeding on course. However, the crew of N339H was issued a clearance to depart Lynn Lake with a restriction to climb on a heading of 170 degrees to 14,000 feet before proceeding on course. N339H departed as cleared, resulting in a technical loss of separation. Neither aircraft took or was required to take evasiver action. Air Traffic Services is conducting a fact finding board.

Details


CADORS Number 1994C0258
Occurrence Type Incident
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Occurred At 1994-07-14 - 17:34
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Fatalities 0
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Geographic Location Manitoba, Canada, North America, Prairie and Northern Region, 18 se Lynn Lake, Manitoba
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Categories ATM/CNS
Events ATS operating irregularity


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