Incident at CHARLOTTETOWN AIRPORT (Aerodrome - other)
2003-06-24: Aerodrome Safety Follow Up - According to Charlottetown Airport, when the aircraft wheel went into the depression the aircraft was outside the lights and struck the prop. The aircraft was operating outside of the normal operating surface.
2003-06-25: TSB - Update - 2003-06-25 - Shortly after leaving the fueling pumps at the Charlottetown airport the pilot taxied the nosewheel of the Cessna 182 (C182)off the prepared surface. The nosewheel of the aircraft descended into a depression, and the propeller was damaged when it struck the asphalt. The fueling pumps are near a catch basin, which is marked with white stripes and orange edge lights. Without calling FSS, the pilot taxied away from the pumps, then past hold-short lines and two stop signs directing pilots to contact the FSS, and then through the catch basin. The nosewheel left the prepared surface at the far end of the catch basin near to two edge marker lights. The pilot advised that the angle of the nose of the aircraft when taxiing made it difficult to see immediately in front of the aircraft.
2003-06-23: While Taxiing for departure from Charlottetown to Iles-de-la-Madeleine a Cessna 182 N6465T taxied into a hole and apron light near Apron 2 and Taxiway A, striking the propeller. The aircraft did not contact the FSS before taxiing from Apron 2. Aircraft did not depart for Iles-de-la-Madeleine. TSB - A03A0069 -More to Follow
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