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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 224258
Last updated: 3 December 2021
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Time:16:45 LT
Type:Silhouette image of generic E170 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Embraer ERJ-175STD (ERJ-170-200)
Owner/operator:Fuji Dream Airlines
Registration: JA11FJ
MSN: 17000526
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 64
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Minor
Location:Yamagata Airport (GAJ/RJSC) -   Japan
Phase: Take off
Nature:Passenger - Scheduled
Departure airport:Yamagata-Junmachi Airport (GAJ/RJSC)
Destination airport:Nagoya-Komaki International Airport (NKM/RJNA)
Fuji Dream Airlines' flight FDA/JH386 from Yamagata to Nagoya/Komaki, operated by a ERJ-175STD, suffered runway excursion while take off from runway 19 of Yamagata. The aircraft veered off to the left side of the runway just after the takeoff roll, hit and damaged the right side of the PAPI located 387 meters from the runway threshold, and stopped about 10 meters left of the runway and 700 meters from the runway threshold. The nose gear suffered a scratch, however, there were no more damage on the aircraft. No injuries were reported among 4 crew and 60 passengers. The sole runway was closed until the next morning, causing 8 other commercial flights to be cancelled, one more to be diverted to Sendai Airport (SDJ/RJSS). JTSB launched an investigation as a serious incident.

The METAR data at Yamagata (accident time 16:45LT/07:45 UTC):
RJSC 230700Z 07013KT CAVOK 21/07 Q1016
RJSC 230800Z 07013KT CAVOK 20/07 Q1016



Revision history:

23-Apr-2019 11:01 isamuel Added
23-Apr-2019 11:05 harro Updated [Embed code]
23-Apr-2019 19:13 Aerossurance Updated [Embed code, Narrative]
24-Apr-2019 13:52 isamuel Updated [Source, Narrative]
25-Apr-2019 12:53 isamuel Updated [Source, Damage, Narrative]

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