Event Details

Title:Runway excursion, Royal Air Maroc Boeing 747-200 CN-RME, Dorval/Montreal International Airport, uebec, 23 July 2000 (Recommended)
Micro summary:This Boeing 747 overran the runway on landing.
Event Time:2000-07-23 at Unknown
File Name:2000-07-23-CA.pdf
Publishing Agency:Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB)
Publishing Country:Canada
Report number:A00Q0094
Site of event:Dorval/Montreal International Airport runway 24L
Departure:John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, New York, USA
Destination:Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl (Dorval), Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Airplane Type(s):Boeing 747-200
Flight Phase:Landing
Operator(s):Royal Air Maroc
Type of flight:Revenue
Serious Injuries:0
Other Injuries:0
Executive Summary:Royal Air Maroc flight 203, originating in New York City, USA, landed on runway 24R (right) at Dorval / Montréal International Airport, Quebec. The runway was wet, and the runway end, which had been relocated, was slippery. The landing distance available was 8000 feet. The aircraft, a Boeing 747-200, touched down about 1700 feet from the runway threshold, and the ground spoilers deployed automatically. The brakes and the thrust reversers were used, but the aircraft did not stop before the relocated runway end and struck barriers. The aircraft rolled 700 feet beyond the landing distance available before coming to rest. Shortly before the aircraft came to rest, tower personnel observed flames coming out of the No. 2 engine and advised the flight crew. Emergency Services were called. The No. 2 engine sustained internal damage. The excursion did not result in evacuation or injury.
Learning Keywords:Operations - Airspace - Air Traffic Control
Operations - Braking Issues (General)
Operations - Checklists/Procedures
Operations - Crew Resource Management
Operations - Runway Overrun
Operations - Slippery Runway, Taxiway, Apron
Systems - Engine - Contained Engine Failure
Systems - Engine Fire
Systems - Landing Gear
Consequence - Damage - Airframe or fuselage


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