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Printed on : 11/19/2010 5:28:04 PM

National Transportation Safety Board


Factual Data Collection Report of Accident

CEN09CA175

Aircraft Reg No: N465NW


Most Critial Injury: None
Location/Time Aircraft Information

Nearest City/Place: Kansas City, MO Type of Aircraft: Airplane (not Homebuilt)


Occurrence Date: 02/24/2009 Make/Model: Gates Learjet Corp. / 35A
Occurrence Time: 0605 CST Serial Number: 465
Landing Gear: Tricycle
Flight Itinerary Engine Type: Turbo Fan
Engine Make/Model: Garrett / 731-2-2B
Last Depart. Point: Dallas, TX Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Destination: Same as Accident/Incident Location Aircraft Fire: None

Operator Information Weather

Registered Acft Owner: 465NW LLC Condition of Light: Dawn


Operator of Aircraft: BANKAIR INC Wx Cond. at Site: Visual Conditions
Operator Address: WEST COLUMBIA, SC
Reg. Flt. Conducted Under: Part 135: Air Taxi & Commuter

First Pilot Information


Cert(s)/Rating(s): Commercial; Private; Multi-engine Land; Single-engine Land Flight Time (Hours)

Total All Aircraft: 1880


Instrument Ratings: Airplane Total Make/Model: 1504
Medical Cert: Class 1
Date of Last Med. Exam: 02/2008
Injury Summary

Fatal Serious Minor/None


Crew 0 0 2
Pass 0 0 0

Narrative
*** This investigation is based on information furnished by the Pilot/Operator. Additional details may be found in the Form 6120.1***
The co-pilot, who was the flying pilot, inadvertently lined up to land on the wrong runway. When
approximately one mile from the runway, the co-pilot decided to change the flight path to line up
with the correct runway. The pilot-in-command (PIC) reported that when the co-pilot rolled out on
final approach, the airplane drifted to the right of the runway centerline. The co-pilot began to
correct the alignment, however, the airplane continued to drift right. At 10 feet above the runway,
the PIC instructed the co-pilot to perform a go-around. The PIC stated that the right wing dropped
and the right main tires settled on the runway during the go-around which was continued. The
co-pilot reported the turn onto final approach was normal and the airplane drifted slightly right of
centerline when they crossed the airport boundary. The co-pilot reported the winds were gusting out
of the east (left side) during the landing. The tower informed the flight crew that there was a
white mist coming from their right tip tank. Upon inspection the flight crew noticed fuel leaking
from the right wing tip tank. The airplane remained in the traffic pattern and an uneventful landing
ensued. The airplane sustained substantial damage to the outboard portion of the right wing. Local
winds reported 11 minutes prior to the accident were from 150 degrees at 6 knots, and 49 minutes
after the accident the local winds were reported as being from 160 degrees at 5 knots.