Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)
2001-08-07: ACA 1027, a Canadair RJ, was on approach to Runway 18 at Winnipeg when the crew was instructed to overshoot due to a Beech 36 which had turned late onto a left base for the same runway and cut off ACA 1027. ACA 1027 carried out a visual circuit and landed without further incident at 2226Z.
2001-08-28: UPDATE TSB reported that ACA 256, an Airbus A320, was at approximately one mile on final approach, cleared to land on Runway 18 at Winnipeg. A Beech B36TC Bonanza, N1828K, was on downwind for Runway 18. N1828K was cleared to follow ACA 256 in close, but to allow for potential air turbulence from the larger aircraft. N1828K indicated that he had the aircraft in sight. ACA 1027, a Canadair CL-600-2B19, was 5 miles out and had been cleared for a visual approach for Runway 18. N1828K was unaware of the second Air Canada flight until he had completed his left base turn. When N1828K advised he was turning left base, it became apparent that the aircraft had proceeded further downwind than had been anticipated and spacing between ACA 1027 and N1828K might be jeopardized. When ACA 1027 was about 2.5 miles from the airport, the Tower Controller requested the flight to conduct an overshoot and N1828K was cleared to land. ACA 1027 completed a visual circuit and landed without further incident.
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