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Jet Slides Off Runway, Briefly Closes Dayton Ohio Airport

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Air Wisconsin Flight 3818 to Dayton from Washington, D.C., operating for United Airlines, went off the runway just after 7 p.m. (www.daytondailynews.com) More...

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nathansthepilot
Nathan Cox 5
I like how they call the incident with “minor wing damage” an “accident.”
stansdds
At least the media did not report it as a crash.

bdarnell
bdarnell 5
"The crash remains under investigation, the OSHP said."
RTWright
Robert Wright 4
From Live ATC pilot communication "somehow we lost control" for a second there, either braking or steering, could have been a thrust reverser issue or brake possibly
GreggB57
Gregg Bender 4
Gotta love the lack of pertinent details. Aviation reporting has always always bad, but this is pathetic.

Was there weather involved? What kind? TRW? F? Rain++ Giant rocks falling from the skies?
No photos?
How was the wing damaged? Runway light? Vehicle? Sasquatch?

SMDH.
RTWright
Robert Wright 3
Oh, it happened, I live in Dayton. Daylight, clear skies, 'no weather', so to speak. Local news reached out to the operator, Air Wisconsin, who have not responded in any way shape or form. NTSB is reportedly leading the investigation at this point. Passenger reports are that the plane veered off the runway not long after touchdown.
GreggB57
Gregg Bender 1
Thank you for the details. I didn't mean to imply that it didn't happen, just that the standard of journalism in the article is pretty poor.
bartmiller
bartmiller 1
Landing long and too hot (fast) are the most common mistakes. Sometimes add to that a downwind landing.

Just too many of these incidents over the years.

With so many long runways, it's easy for a pilot to get complacent.
LtMedic
So where'sthe pics of said incident? No pics, it didn't happen.

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