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18th Apr 2015, 01:27
Replies: 473
Views: 432,621
Posted By RESA

Halifax A320 / Localiser bem/burm

I suspect that there was a major error in the execution of the approach . . . I just wonder why nobody questions why the entire undercarriage was left behind at the “frangible localiser array”? I...
1st Apr 2015, 01:40
Replies: 473
Views: 432,621
Posted By RESA

Halifax Runway Berms

To MudMan
Thanks for the info.
I wondered why LOC-23/24 had the extension kit. The original was on the standard ~10’ mounts – current appears to be the ~20’ extension kit. The “old berm” was over...
31st Mar 2015, 01:03
Replies: 473
Views: 432,621
Posted By RESA

Localiser Berm/Burm

I can't find the link who said the runway extension removed the berm/burm (about 12' AGL).
Plus the antennae on a concrete cap.
The antennae shown are an extexsion array . . . berm removed or...
4th Apr 2014, 01:18
Replies: 73
Views: 44,613
Posted By RESA

CYRB

As a once earth bound provider of signals, I have this observation:

Report seems spot-on but for maybe one point; the perceived inadvertent movement (by a pilot) of control yoke during the capture...
2nd Sep 2011, 03:41
Replies: 201
Views: 121,983
Posted By RESA

The three who survived this (and no, I am not a...

The three who survived this (and no, I am not a particularly religious person) must have been protected for some future significant purpose . . . . . . . .

Sure hope the finger of blame points to...
25th Aug 2011, 06:32
Replies: 201
Views: 121,983
Posted By RESA

737 reported down in Canada

ROCKHOUND

I hear you!

I remember, thirty-six plus years ago (can't believe I said that) sitting on the ramp in Resolute waiting for Aeradio to allow me on to the runway (wintertime . . . ya,...
23rd Aug 2011, 03:54
Replies: 201
Views: 121,983
Posted By RESA

JammedStab Older Localizers (certain brands)...

JammedStab

Older Localizers (certain brands) frequently have false capture problems . . . particularly on very long runways as the equipment is being overdriven in order to narrow the course...
23rd Aug 2011, 03:44
Replies: 201
Views: 121,983
Posted By RESA

PLovett BC 17T has an NDB (YRB) 1.5 N.M....

PLovett

BC 17T has an NDB (YRB) 1.5 N.M. before threshold on centreline.

Sation passage at YRB should put you inside +/- 20-degrees of centreline, so any LOC lock should be very near...
23rd Aug 2011, 01:58
Replies: 201
Views: 121,983
Posted By RESA

CYRB First Air 737 crash

Transportation Safety Board of Canada - Welcome (http://www.tsb.gc.ca/eng/index.asp)

Transportation Safety Board of Canada - Featured Investigations - Aviation - 2011 - A11H0002...
23rd Aug 2011, 01:04
Replies: 201
Views: 121,983
Posted By RESA

CYRB First Air 737 crash

PLovett

CYRB back course is 17T . . . no GP

Approach is 35T with GP(glidepath)/DME.

Technically, the only correct way he could report 3 N.M. to threshold is on the 35T approach.
23rd Aug 2011, 00:27
Replies: 201
Views: 121,983
Posted By RESA

CYRB First Air 737 crash

After reading the Aviation Herald article and comments;

Crash: First Air B732 near Resolute Bay on Aug 20th 2011, impacted terrain (http://avherald.com/h?article=4419c56e&opt=0)

I am concerned...
25th Oct 2009, 06:27
Replies: 701
Views: 184,958
Posted By RESA

NTSB investigating possible nodding of

Ditchdigger

Spot-On !

150 miles of “overshoot” into IFR controlled space with no clearances or communications . . . immediately adjacent (and more or less centred on) to a major airport. The...
30th May 2008, 01:08
Replies: 304
Views: 147,070
Posted By RESA

747 Crash at Brussels

Blacksheep

Excellent forensic photos??

Engine failure(s) would definitely explain the brakes.

In photo #1, the ploughing of earth is likely due to brakes . . . I would not have expected a...
28th May 2008, 00:48
Replies: 304
Views: 147,070
Posted By RESA

747 Crash At Brussels

The moderator chose to yank my submission (and a few others) when the topic of MK and the Halifax crash appeared. I have slightly modified and re-submitted my comments.

I can only comment on what...
Forum: Jet Blast
27th May 2008, 00:57
Replies: 82
Views: 3,675
Posted By RESA

747 Crash At Brussels

sevenstrokeroll

I was wondering when Halifax would get mentioned . . . and the seven MKJ staff who lost their lives. Very sad, and totally avoidable!

Halifax was (and still is) an accident...
19th Aug 2007, 22:57
Replies: 2
Views: 3,198
Posted By RESA

MK Airlines settlement with victims crash Halifax

$3.5 M seems a very small sum for all the people who have had their life altered forever?

$3.5 M could be rationalised as a positive cost/benefit for risk analysis . . . if you are an airport...
18th Jul 2006, 01:34
Replies: 671
Views: 342,913
Posted By RESA

MK Airlines:Halifax

I think my previous statement is correct; “While it is only remotely possible that these structures could ever be the root-cause of an accident . . . guaranteed, they will be a topic for debate in...
3rd Jul 2006, 17:47
Replies: 671
Views: 342,913
Posted By RESA

MK Airlines: Halifax

I am disappointed that two-years later . . . the berms still exist at either end of this CAT-II runway. The ANS-provider has in fact installed similar berms at other airports in the country...
4th Oct 2005, 00:16
Replies: 592
Views: 271,215
Posted By RESA

FOXMOTH Maybe you can aswer my question...

FOXMOTH


Maybe you can aswer my question from Page-35 of this post?

________________________________________________

Rumet,

I agree with your summary.
27th Aug 2005, 02:06
Replies: 592
Views: 271,215
Posted By RESA

Rumet, I agree with your summary. How...

Rumet,

I agree with your summary.

How did that 4000' disappear?

Yes, a crew “knowledgeable of the locale” probably should have done a go-around.

But the peculiar thing is that on...
19th Aug 2005, 03:48
Replies: 592
Views: 271,215
Posted By RESA

Flying.Coyote Was there any information as...

Flying.Coyote

Was there any information as to the range for "short-final" (how far before threshold)?

Was there any information as to atltitude at the time of turn-in to intercept localiser?
...
13th Aug 2005, 00:41
Replies: 592
Views: 271,215
Posted By RESA

alf5071h Thanks much for the reply! I...

alf5071h

Thanks much for the reply!

I am always interested, being on the "earth bound" side of the "Aids", in knowing what is going through the head of the "client". Technical equipment always...
12th Aug 2005, 01:12
Replies: 592
Views: 271,215
Posted By RESA

To: alf5071h Question . . . sort of what I...

To: alf5071h

Question . . . sort of what I asked earlier . . . with no replies.

If, due to technical peculiarities of the guidance equipment, you arrived at visual to threshold and your TCH was...
11th Aug 2005, 00:46
Replies: 592
Views: 271,215
Posted By RESA

A Question: Has anyone heard what the A/C...

A Question:

Has anyone heard what the A/C altitude was crossing the threshold?

I recall hearing the TSB "talking-head" stating that there was some discrepencies with the A/C's TCH. I assume...
4th Feb 2005, 00:14
Replies: 121
Views: 40,617
Posted By RESA

AtlPax . . . . Thanks for the aerial photo....

AtlPax . . . .

Thanks for the aerial photo.

Wow! Talk about being given a short time to commit?
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