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Silver Airways flight lands at wrong W.Va. airport in 1st week of service

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Silver Airways flight lands at wrong W.Va. airport in 1st week of service; no one injured (www.washingtonpost.com) Daha Fazlası...

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cm5299
Chuck Me 3
You still have the name of that truck driving school? Truck Masters, I think it is.
chris13
Chris Bryant 2
20 degrees in heading difference and half the runway length. That's simply not paying attention.
KPratt
KPratt 1
Was it the same crew that landed the C-17 at the wrong airport in Tampa last month?
Vetair
David George 1
That is funny, but probably not?
MikeMohle
Mike Mohle 1
GPS? Back up visual approach with navaids? Hello? Anyone home in the left seat? I'll bet they really got on the brakes and prop reverse once they determined the end of the runway was in their face!
Vetair
David George 1
They claim landing roll was 1500 feet.
DMenscha
Bill Schmiett 1
To win the gold, you have to stick it.................on the right freakin runway!
Kingair31
Kingair31 1
Unbelievable...they are about 10 miles apart.

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THRUSTT
THRUSTT 1
You got it Phillip!!!
Vetair
David George 1
I went to airport this mourning. They say that the Saab can takeoff in 1500 feet.They were working on wheel loading and probably rolling in the mourning. Still working on plan and dealing with FAA.
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 1
Why are you mourning? They all lived...
jkudlick
Jeremy Kudlick 1
"Silver Airways said 11 passengers and three crew members were on board at the time of what the company called a diversion."

They may call it a diversion, but I'm sure FAA will process this as a deviation. Not sure how the pilot screwed up, but remind me not to fly on a Silver Airlines flight for a while.
Bernie20910
Bernie20910 0
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Plane lands at wrong W.Va. airport; no one injured

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A Silver Airways pilot making one of the Florida airline's first flights to the North Central West Virginia Airport in Bridgeport mistakenly landed his Saab 340 at a tiny airport in Fairmont, but officials said Wednesday that no one was injured.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-501843_162-57489412/plane-lands-at-wrong-w.va-airport-no-one-injured/?tag=re1.channel
stbernardpass
Jackie Butcher 0
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Commuter Airline Pilot Lands At Wrong Airport

A Silver Airways Saab 340 Turbo landed at Fairmont Municipal Airport in West Virginia (4G7) Tuesday. Normally, that wouldn't be news, but the commuter airliner was actually bound for Clarksburg, and Fairmont's runway is not rated for the 22,000 pound airplane. The single-wheel weight of the runway is listed at 12,500 pounds.

http://www.aero-news.net/AnnTicker.cfm?do=main.textpost&id=dfaf44f0-28e1-44fe-a103-ca84195a1a77
Zman1942
Zach Osborne 0
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Regional airline pilot landed on wrong runway

A Silver Airways Saab 340 Turbo landed at Fairmont Municipal Airport in West Virginia (4G7) Tuesday. Normally, that wouldn't be news, but the commuter airliner was actually bound for Clarksburg, and Fairmont's runway is not rated for the 22,000 pound airplane. The single-wheel weight of the runway is listed at 12,500 pounds.

http://www.aero-news.net/index.cfm?do=main.textpost&id=dfaf44f0-28e1-44fe-a103-ca84195a1a77

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