Final Report B738 (B-1918) & GL5t (P4-AVA), Hong Kong China, 13 November 2018

Final Report B738 (B-1918) & GL5t (P4-AVA), Hong Kong China, 13 November 2018

Publication info
Author
AAIA Hong Kong
Category
Accident Reports Runway Incursion Human Factors
Date of publication
31/07/2023
Date for review
21/01/2050

On 13 November 2018, a Boeing 737-800 on approach to Hong Kong at night was given a late landing clearance for runway in good visibility and then touched down without the crew seeing that a Bombardier Global 5000 that had just landed ahead of them had not cleared the runway. Minimum on-runway separation was just over 1000 metres. It was found that the controller involved had not recognised that the runway was still engaged but noted that the business jet had taken significantly longer to clear the runway after landing than normal for no apparent reason.

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