Accident at LLOYDMINSTER AB (CYLL) (FOD (foreign object debris))
2012-11-07: UPDATE TSB reported that the privately operated Beech B200GT King Air, registration C-GPNE, operating as flight VLC 107, was on an IFR flight from Calgary to Lloydminster, Alberta, with two crew and seven passengers on board. An RNAV global navigation satellite system (GNSS) approach was conducted onto Runway 26 at Lloydminster and icing conditions were encountered during the approach. The required visual references were not achieved and a missed approach was carried out. The flight entered a hold and was subsequently cleared for an RNAV GNSS approach to Runway 08. The second approach was conducted at 140 knots reducing to 100 knots (Vref) at threshold crossing. The approach was steepened shortly before touchdown, after the runway was observed. A hard landing occurred which resulted in substantial damage to the aircraft. Three passengers sustained minor injury; the flight crew and four other passengers were uninjured. After shutdown, a build-up of mixed ice was observed on the unprotected areas of the airframe and underside of each wing, from the leading edge aft to about eight inches behind the leading edge. Aircraft brake material was picked up from the runway during a runway check. The CVR has been recovered from the aircraft and will be forwarded to the TSB Engineering Laboratory.
2012-10-31: UPDATE TSB reported that the aircraft sustained substantial damage and three occupants were injured. Fuller TSB report to follow.
2012-10-30: C-GPNE, a Beech King Air 200 operated by Maple Leaf Warbirds, landed at Lloydminster and the crew reported a hard landing. A runway check was done, and FOD that appeared to be from the aircraft's brakes, was removed.
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