Runway-Excursions-Presentation-EN

Report
Runway Excursions
Runway Excursion 2000
•
RSIPP
• Worldwide, runway excursions are the highest single
occurrence category of all accidents for commercial &
general aviation operations
• information campaign on runway excursions in
Canada
– Runway Safety and Incursion Prevention Panel
RSIPP Background
Air Canada Pilots
Association
Air Line Pilots
Association
Air Transport
Association of Canada
Air Traffic Specialists/
Local 2245 CAW
Canadian Airports
Council
Canadian Air Traffic
Control Association
Canadian Business Aviation
Association
Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association
National Airlines Council of
Canada
NAV CANADA
Transport Canada
Transportation Safety Board of
Canada
Definition of a Runway
Excursions
A runway excursion occurs when an aircraft
fails to confine its take off or landing to the
designated runway. This may occur during the
take off roll if the aircraft leaves the runway
other than by becoming fully airborne or if an
attempted landing is not completed within the
confines of the intended runway.
Top Risk Factors
• Take off Excursions
– Rejected take off at a speed greater than
V1, loss of pilot directional control,
rejecting take off before V1
• Landing Excursions
– Go around not conducted, touchdown long,
landing gear malfunctions and ineffective
breaking
Pieces of the puzzle
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5.
Flight operations
Air Traffic Management
Airport
Aircraft manufacturer
Regulator
Flight Operations
Risk Control Measures
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Stabilized approach criteria
No fault go-around policy
Training
Decision making
Airports
Risk Control Measures
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Runway design, markings, condition,
maintenance
Availability of RSC Reports
SNOW and ICE Plans
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Defined criteria for closing a runway
Runway safety area
Aircraft Rescue & Fire-Fighting
Visual means for flight crews to determine
runway distance
Air Traffic Management
Risk Control Measures
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Awareness of the importance of
stabilized approaches
– descent clearances or approach speeds
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Selection of runway appropriate to
wind
Accurate and timely weather reports
Accurate and timely runway surface
condition reports
Transportation Safety Board of
Canada
High level recommendations from the TSB:
• In bad weather, pilots need to receive timely
information about runway surface
conditions.
• Airports need to lengthen the safety areas
at the end of runways or install other
engineered systems and structures to safely
stop planes that overrun.
Excursions
C an ad a
2010
100
Count
80
60
40
20
0
D e p a rtu re
L a n d in g
Un d e te rm in e d
U nd e te rm ine d : This is c o unte d w he re the re p o rt d o e s no t g ive
s uffic ie nt info rm a tio n to d e te rm ine w he re in the la nd ing a nd
d e p a rting s e q ue nc e , the e xc urs io n to o k p la c e .
Excursions
C an ad a
Count
B reako u t 2010
80
60
40
20
0
D ire c tio n a l
L a n d in g
T a k e -0 ff
Un d e rs h o o t
C o n tro l
O v e rru n
O v e rru n
o n L a n d in g
(Ve e r-o ff)
D e p a rtu re
L a n d in g
Un d e te rm in e d
RSIPP Actions for RE
Campaign
1. Create a Runway Excursion database
2. Continue to provide an awareness
program to aviation stakeholders
3. Share industry best-practices to
reduce the risk of Runway Excursions
Conclusion

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