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The aircraft was landing at night on runway 11C, at the end of a multi-sector cargo flight. Weather conditions were fine and clear with a light wind from the north-east. The pilot said the touchdown was normal. However, the aircraft started to pull to the right, the right tyre deflated, and the right main landing gear collapsed. Skid marks on the runway were consistent with the right wheel being locked from about 400 metres beyond the landing threshold. The skid continued for a further 124 metres, parallel to the centreline, before the right tyre deflated. The skid continued for a further 151 metres before the right main landing gear collapsed, resulting in the aircraft departing the runway to the right. A subsequent examination revealed no mechanical fault with the wheel brakes or wheel bearings. Evidence was found which was consistent with an excessive application of the right brake.

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General details
Date: 06 September 1990 Investigation status: Completed 
Time: 1822 Investigation type: Occurrence Investigation 
Location   (show map):Bankstown  
State: New South Wales  
Release date: 10 April 1991 Occurrence category: Accident 
Report status: Final Highest injury level: None 
 
Aircraft details
Aircraft manufacturer: Beech Aircraft Corp 
Aircraft model: 58 
Aircraft registration: VH-IJG 
Serial number: TH415 
Type of operation: Charter 
Damage to aircraft: Substantial 
Departure point:Bathurst NSW
Departure time:N/K
Destination:Bankstown NSW
 
 
 
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