Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)
2005-03-16: Aerodromes Update: Procedures prohibit the taking CRFI with slush or wet pavement conditions as they are not accurate.
2005-03-15: TSB Update A05A0034: After landing on Runway 11, the crew of ACA861, a B767-300, reported that there was nil braking action on the last 4000 feet of the runway. The aircraft was unable to manoeuver, and a tug was required to remove the aircraft from the runway. The runway was closed for 30 minutes. The last reported runway surface condition report was twenty minutes prior to the aircraft's landing (1639Z). It read; 160 feet wide 70% slush up to 1/8 inch, 20% ice covered, 10% bare wet, remainder 100% slush up to 1 inch. There was no Canadian Runway Friction Index reading.
2005-03-14: ACA861 B767-300 enroute London (EGLL) to St. John's (CYYT), landed on runway 11 at 1700Z. Aircraft reported last 4,000 feet of runway breaking action nil. Aircraft was unable to manoeuvre. Tug required to remove aircraft from runway. Runway closed for 30 minutes. 2 departures delayed. Last reported runway condition report at 1639Z -160 ft wide 70% slush up to 1/8 inch, 20% ice covered, 10% bare wet remainder runway 100? slush up to 1 inch. No CRFI. TSB Case Closed
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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