PRELIMINARY REPORT: GIV OVERRUNS WET RUNWAY ON LANDING

Aviation International News » February 2011
January 29, 2011, 5:15 AM

Gulfstream IV, Gander, Canada, Oct. 30, 2010–The twinjet was undamaged and the four-person flight crew and two passengers were uninjured after it departed the wet runway at Gander International Airport. The airplane was making a fuel stop on a Part 135 flight from the Netherlands to Palm Beach International Airport in Florida. IMC to marginal VMC conditions prevailed at the time of the incident and the GIV was operating on an IFR flight plan when it overran 10,200-foot Runway 3. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating the incident.

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