BAe 146 200, EI-CZO, 20 February 2007

BAe 146 200, EI-CZO

Summary:

During a landing on Runway 10 at London City Airport, the aircraft came to rest in the undershoot area of Runway 28, having burst all four main landing gear tyres. It was established that the lift spoilers had not deployed after touchdown. The lack of normal deceleration resulted in the flight crew selecting the braking hydraulic system to Yellow from Green, and then to the Emergency Yellow system; this system provides no anti-skid protection for the wheels. In light of several similar overrun events involving the BAe/RJ 146 since its introduction into service, the Chief Inspector of Air Accidents had ordered an Inspectors Investigation to be carried out into this incident.

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