United 1448 Runway Incursion Providence Simulation

United 1448 Runway Incursion Providence Simulation

Courtesy FAA and Aviation Media Incorporated On December 6, 1999, at about 8:35 p.m., United Airlines flight United, a Boeing 757, was involved in a runway incursion on runway 5 Right at Theodore Francis Green State Airport, near Providence, Rhode Island. At the time of the incident, it was dark and the reported visibility was one-quarter mile. After United 1448 landed on runway 5 Right, the tower controller instructed the flight crew to proceed to the terminal using taxiways November and Tango, and report crossing runway 16. During their taxi in the fog, the flight crew became disoriented and turned onto taxiway Bravo by mistake. They then provided incorrect position reports to the tower controller. The airplane ended up at the intersection of Runway 16 and Runway 23 left. Note that Runways 23 Left and 5 Right are opposite ends of the same runway. Shortly afterward, a Federal Express aircraft taking off from runway 5 Right passed very close to United 1448. The subsequent conversation between the tower controller and United 1448 shows continued uncertainty about the aircraft's position. For example, there will be several references to Runway 23 right while the airplane is actually on 23 left. Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD The most viewed aviation channel on YouTube.

United Airlines Flight 1448 Providence Runway Incursion NTSB Animation

United Airlines Flight 1448 Providence Runway Incursion NTSB Animation

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Runway Incursion - United 1448 - Providence, Rhode Island. [December 6, 1999]

Runway Incursion - United 1448 - Providence, Rhode Island. [December 6, 1999]

NOTE: I MADE THIS VIDEO -- THIS IS MY CONTENT, DO NOT REPRODUCE THIS VIDEO. ANY MIRRORS OF THIS VIDEO WILL BE REMOVED. You may embedd this video in a website if you wish. Audio courtasy of the FAA. More Inforamation: On December 6, 1999 at approximately 20:35 Eastern Daylight Time, a runway incursion involving United Airlines flight 1448 (a Boeing 757) and FedEx Express flight 1662 (a Boeing 727) on Runway 5R/23L occurred.[18] Shortly after landing on Runway 5R/23L, Flight 1448 was instructed to taxi to the gate. Due to the low-visibility conditions that night, the pilots became disoriented and turned down the wrong taxiway, which led them back towards the same runway. Flight 1448 then confirmed with the air traffic controller that they should cross the runway in front of them, and continued moving towards Runway 5R/23L. The controller, not realizing their mistake, confirmed this crossing, then cleared another plane for takeoff. Flight 1448 then reported that they were near taxiway Kilo, and as they re-entered Runway 5R/23L, reported that "somebody just took-off" overhead, referring to FedEx flight 1662 that had indeed just taken off, clearing the United aircraft. However, the controller appeared not to take their sighting of Kilo seriously, saying, "you shouldn't be anywhere near Kilo", and advised the 1448 crew to hold position. The Flight 1448 crew then informed air traffic control they were now on an active runway, which they mistakenly believed to be 23R (inactive at the time). A moment later the pilot corrected himself, stating that they were on 5R/23L. Flight 1448's crew were told again to stand by, so the plane remained idle at the intersection, while the controller cleared MetroJet flight 2998 for takeoff on the same runway. The 1448 pilot interjected to insist that the plane was on the active runway, which the controller denied, telling them it was not an active runway. The controller again told Flight 2998 to take off, but its crew, having listened to the exchange, realized there was confusion over the whereabouts of the United plane. They refused to take-off until Flight 1448 had made it safely to the gate. The US Airways crew operating Flight 2998 were praised by a US Air spokesperson for their actions of avoiding a near-disaster. An investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board followed and while no fault was assigned to the controller, she was required to undergo retraining before returning to service. The pilots were debriefed by United, received additional training and were returned to service. Runway Incursion - United 1448 - Providence, Rhode Island. [December 6, 1999] was created under Microsoft's Game Content Usage Rules using assets from Microsoft Flight Simulator X [copyright] Microsoft Corporation.

Runway Incursion Providence, Rhode Island NTSB Animation

Runway Incursion Providence, Rhode Island NTSB Animation

Courtesy NTSB On December 6, 1999, at about 8:35 p.m., United Airlines flight 1448, a Boeing 757, was involved in a runway incursion on runway 5 Right at Theodore Francis Green State Airport, near Providence, Rhode Island. At the time of the incident, it was dark and the reported visibility was one-quarter mile. After United 1448 landed on runway 5 Right, the tower controller instructed the flight crew to proceed to the terminal using taxiways November and Tango, and report crossing runway 16. During their taxi in the fog, the flight crew became disoriented and turned onto taxiway Bravo by mistake. They then provided incorrect position reports to the tower controller. The airplane ended up at the intersection of Runway 16 and Runway 23 left. Note that Runways 23 Left and 5 Right are opposite ends of the same runway. Shortly afterward, a Federal Express aircraft taking off from runway 5 Right passed very close to United 1448. The subsequent conversation between the tower controller and United 1448 shows continued uncertainty about the aircraft's position. For example, there will be several references to Runway 23 right while the airplane is actually on 23 left. Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD The most viewed aviation channel on YouTube.

NTSB Animation Asiana Airlines Flight 204 and Southwest Airlines Flight 440

NTSB Animation Asiana Airlines Flight 204 and Southwest Airlines Flight 440

Courtesy NTSB The animation shows a near collision between Southwest Airlines Flight 440, a Boeing 737, in position for takeoff on runway 24L, and Asiana Airlines Flight 204, a Boeing 747, preparing to land. Asiana 204 aborts landing procedures and overflies Southwest 440. The animation includes audio, and was developed from flight recorder and Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar and communication recordings. The position time history of the Boeing 737 was derived from flight recorder information, while the position time history of the Boeing 747 was derived from ATC radar data. The recorded data were time synchronized and the position time histories correlated to a high-resolution image of the Los Angeles Airport and surrounding area. LAX04IA302 Asiana Airlines Flight 204 and Southwest Airlines Flight 440 Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California August 19, 2004 Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD The most viewed aviation channel on YouTube.

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