B777 in Autoland Mode Left Runway When Another Aircraft Interfered With the Localiser Signal
B777 in Autoland Mode Left Runway When Another Aircraft Interfered With the Localiser Signal (9V-SWQ, SIA)
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December 31, 2019 - by aerossurance.com
- B777 in Autoland Mode Left Runway When Another Aircraft Interfered With the Localiser Signal (9V-SWQ, SIA)
- If you decide to do an Autoland (CAT II/III instead of CAT I) approach you must advise the air traffic controller.
…the co-pilot was initially Pilot Flying (PF) during the flight Manchester – Munich. Based on the latest weather information at Munich, visibility 2,000 m, cloud base 300 ft, the Pilot in Command (PIC) decided to assume the role of PF, as the SOPs (FCOM/NORMAL PROCEDURES/OPERATION) of the operator required, and the co-pilot became Pilot Monitoring (PM). The PIC decided to conduct an automatic approach and autoland.
A BAE 146-RJ85 taxied along taxiway B4 to runway 08R as the B 777 was about 2.9 NM ahead of the runway threshold 08R and 3.4 NM behind the BAE 146-RJ85 when it received take-off clearance.
(video of the landing below, read also below video)
MISSED LANDING Singapore Airlines B777-312ER Munich Airport www.youtube.com
As the B 777 was about 50 ft above the runway in the flare phase the airplane began to slowly bank left up to 3.5°. As the B 777 flew above the runway threshold 08R, the BAE 146-RJ85 was...
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