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Tailwind and poor braking present before ERJ-145 excursion

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Preliminary indications suggest the Envoy Air Embraer ERJ-145 which suffered a runway excursion at Chicago O'Hare had landed with a tailwind in gusting conditions. (www.flightglobal.com) Ещё...

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airuphere
airuphere 8
If you watch the video... looks like they should of kept going on the rwy - breaking action wasn’t good enough for that high speed taxi way.. they had runway left..
Video Link FYI —>>. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=quMUAwp_szk
mk882004
Matt Kladder 5
I also am of the opinion that there is NO way they were trying to turn off on a reverse high speed on snowy conditions. They appear to have begun to lost control long before they were at P4,
abowland
Andy Bowland 4
P4 would have been a reverse high speed for them...almost no way they were trying to turn off.
williambaker08
william baker 2
Like i said before they were trying to turn off at P4 from what the FAA was saying and i got yelled at for it. They were going way to fast for that turn off in any conditions.
Searcher06
John Kiger 4
Only a 9Kt tailwind. However the 24Kt gusting crosswind on a marginal surface condition could be fun.....
jbowman90
Jason Bowman 3
I bet they just weathervaned in the crosswind.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 2
Those conditions can bite the best of of pilots. Just because the previous traffic made it means nothing to the next guy. That said, the pilots will bear the heat, barring a mechanical failure, just because,
Tanman3880
Tanman3880 2
If you look at the AV herald article (link below) it shows an aerial image of O'Hare and the "approximate final position" of the plane. It appears that the plane veered left and skidded off on the "N-1" turn off which appears to be for planes landing on 28R (opposite direction). I'm no expert. Scary for sure.



https://avherald.com/h?article=4cf1eedf&opt=0
ADAvViation
Antonello Davi 2
am I wrong, I do not see the spoilers being deployed
abowland
Andy Bowland 2
The outer panels are just that...panels. The spoilers are deployed right at the bottom of the screen or at the wind root.
mbrews
mbrews 1
- Given the runway conditions and possible tailwind component, perhaps flight crew had an unfortunate case of Get-there-itis. Not sure what was their alternate, nor whether at the alternate.

Note the regional carriers only get paid to "move the rig" from point A to point B. Would be interesting to review stats on how many Regional flights end up diverting to alternates, versus how many Mainline flights involve a diversion
pthomas745
Pa Thomas 1
"suffered a runway excursion"

Reading this crap is torture.......
Lib4ever
Maxwell Johnson 5
Could have been worse. Could have said "excursion from the tarmac."
notarookie
notarookie 2
JohnSmythe
John Smythe 2
Ya, I guess it would be politically incorrect to refer to it as a “ bit of a wipe out” but with a good ending.
KobeHunte
Kobe Hunte -6
So pilot error is to do with it?
KobeHunte
Kobe Hunte 1
I was just asking a question and got downvoted like crazy...
wenkmanmark
Mark Wenkman -8
FLAPS UP ON FLARE !! . FOR BRAKING , WARM WEATHER PILOT !!???
abowland
Andy Bowland 7
You can't possibly be serious...
notarookie
notarookie 1

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