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On 18 January 2006, McDonnell Douglas Corporation MD-82, registered PK-LMJ, was operating a flight from Ambon to Makassar, Indonesia. The aircraft was cleared to land on runway 31 and the reported wind direction was 260 degrees at 20 kts. Heavy rain was reported and the runway was wet. During the landing roll the aircraft veered to the left resulting in a runway excursion.

The National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) of Indonesia was responsible for investigating this occurrence. On 27 January 2006, the NTSC requested assistance from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) in the recovery and analysis of information from the flight data recorder (FDR). The Executive Director of the ATSB approved the request.

In accordance with clause 5.23 of Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, the ATSB appointed an Accredited Representative to assist the NTSC and initiated an investigation under the Transport Safety Investigation (TSI) Act 2003.

The NTSC is responsible for publishing a final investigation report regarding this occurrence.

National Transportation Safety Committee
Ministry Of Transportation Republic Of Indonesia
Transportation Building 3rd Floor
Jalan Medan Merdeka Timur No. 5
Jakarta Pusat 10110
Indonesia

Phone  :  +62 21 384 7601
Email    :  knkt@dephub.go.id

Website: http://knkt.dephub.go.id/knkt/ntsc_home/ntsc.htm

 

 
General details
Date: 18 January 2006 Investigation status: Completed 
Time: 07:28  
Location   (show map):Makassar, Indonesia Investigation type: Occurrence Investigation 
State: International Occurrence type: Runway excursion 
Release date: 23 April 2007 Occurrence class: Operational 
Report status: Final Occurrence category: Incident 
 Highest injury level: None 
 
Aircraft details
Aircraft manufacturer: McDonnell Douglas Corp. 
Aircraft model: MD-82 
Aircraft registration: PK-LMJ 
Serial number: 49262 
Type of operation: Air Transport High Capacity 
 
 
 
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Last update 18 April 2018