Aviation Accident Summaries

Aviation Accident Summary DCA23LA005

Dayton, OH, USA

Aircraft #1



Factual Information

On October 5, 2022, at 1800 eastern daylight time, Air Wisconsin flight 3318, a Bombardier CL-600-2B19, N447AW, sustained minor damage during a runway excursion after landing on runway 24L at James M Cox Dayton International Airport (DAY), Dayton, Ohio. There were no injuries to the three crewmembers or 42 passengers aboard. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 121 scheduled domestic passenger flight from Dulles International Airport (IAD), Dulles, Virginia to DAY. The captain, who was the pilot flying, reported that after landing, he navigated the airplane on the centerline during the first part of the rollout and deployed the thrust reversers. As he started to stow the reversers, the airplane began veering to the right. The left nose wheel steering correction could not counteract the aircraft movement to the right. The airplane departed the runway surface onto the grass adjacent to the runway and then onto taxiway Echo where it came to rest. Figure 1. Google Earth image of DAY airport showing the airplane’s final resting location. The flight data and cockpit voice recorder data were downloaded by the operator and sent to NTSB’s Vehicle Recorder Laboratory in Washington, DC. The following NTSB specialists were assigned to investigate the accident: cockpit voice recorder, flight data recorder, and aircraft performance. Parties to the investigation include the Federal Aviation Administration, Air Wisconsin Airlines, and the Air Line Pilots Association. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada assigned an Accredited Representative and appointed a Technical Advisor from MHIRJ. The investigation is continuing.


Source: NTSB Aviation Accident Database

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