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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 212674
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Time:19:18 LT
Type:Silhouette image of generic CRJX model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different    
Bombardier CRJ-1000ER (CL-600-2E25)
Owner/operator:Garuda Indonesia
Registration: PK-GRP
MSN: 19039
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 63
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: None
Location:Surabaya-Juanda International Airport (WARR/SUB) -   Indonesia
Phase: Landing
Nature:Passenger - Scheduled
Departure airport:Ambon-Pattimura International Airport (WAPP/AMQ)
Destination airport:Surabaya-Juanda International Airport (WARR/SUB)
Investigating agency: NTSC Indonesia
Confidence Rating: Information is only available from news, social media or unofficial sources
A Bombardier CRJ-1000 aircraft, registration PK-GRP was being operated by Garuda Indonesia on a scheduled passenger flight from Pattimura International Airport (WAPP/AMQ), Ambon to Juanda International Airport (WARR/SUB), Surabaya, with flight number GA681.
At 06:55 UTC (15:55 LT), the aircraft departed Pattimura International Airport and climbed to FL380. The flight was uneventful until commencing approach to Surabaya and there was no report or record of aircraft system
abnormality during the flight.
At 09:33 UTC, the pilot initiated descent to 25,000 feet. Then the flight was instructed to follow the Standard Instrument Arrival (STAR) route and was on sequence number nine for landing.
At 10:12 UTC, the pilot reported leaving point SABIT for an RNAV approach and the controller informed heavy rain over the field and the visibility was 1,000 meters. The pilot reported the runway was in sight.

The pilot continued the approach and performed the before landing checklist. At 10:15 UTC, the PM reminded that the headwind was 17 knots and the crosswind component was 14 knots from the left.
The controller advised the pilot to report when the runway in sight and the pilot replied that the runway was in sight. The controller informed that the wind was from 250 with the speed of 7 knots and issued landing clearance.
At 10:18 UTC, the aircraft touched down with a vertical acceleration of 1.9 g. The aircraft veered off to the right and out of the runway pavement near taxiway N6. The pilot recovered by applying full left rudder and the
aircraft returned to the runway near taxiway N5. After the aircraft returned to the runway, the pilot applied thrust reversers and brakes.
No one injured as the result of the occurrence.



Wheel marks on the runway shoulder (photo: NTSC)

Revision history:

27-Jun-2018 19:57 harro Added
27-Jun-2018 19:57 harro Updated [Photo, ]

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