Red Wings SU95 at Norilsk on Nov 24th 2021, runway excursion on landing

Last Update: November 29, 2021 / 13:29:07 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Nov 24, 2021

Classification
Incident

Flight number
WZ-1279

Destination
Norilsk, Russia

Aircraft Registration
RA-89138

ICAO Type Designator
SU95

Airport ICAO Code
UOOO

A Red Wings Airlines Sukhoi Superjet 100-95, registration RA-89138 performing flight WZ-1279 from Chelyabinsk to Norilsk (Russia) with 81 passengers and 6 crew, landed on Norilsk's runway 19 at 09:44L (02:44Z) but began to veer left off the runway about 1800 meters/5940 feet down the runway and came to a stop off the runway after skidding for about 30 meters. There were no injuries.

The aircraft was returned onto the paved surface of the runway about 80 minutes later.

The Eastern Interregional Transport Investigation Department is looking into the occurrence.

The airline reported later that the captain was pilot flying for the landing. Autobrakes had been set to LOW, reversers were stowed at about 75 KIAS. Autobrakes were disabled at about 40 KIAS, at that point the aircraft became uncontrollable, veered to the left and went off the left edge of the runway. All actions by the crew to prevent the runway excursions did not succeed. At the time of touchdown the winds were from 130 degrees at 13m/s (25 knots), visibility was 4000 meters. Friction value of the runway was 0.38. The airline stated the recommended procedure for landing on low friction (below 0.4) runways is:
1. at friction coefficients below 0.4 use AUTOBRAKES MAX up to a minimum speed of 10 knots.
2. Use thrust reversers in max reverse until 75 KIAS, then continue with engines in idle and with reversers open down to 35 KIAS, just retard the reverser levers to the idle stop.
3. In the event of yawing do NOT disable autobrakes

Metars:
UOOO 240500Z 14013MPS 7000 -SN BLSN NSC M10/M13 Q0993 R01/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE730/0974=
UOOO 240430Z 15015MPS 4500 -SN BLSN SCT036 M10/M13 Q0993 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240400Z 14014MPS 8000 -SN BLSN NSC M10/M13 Q0993 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE729/0972=
UOOO 240330Z 15014MPS 4100 2000SE -SN BLSN NSC M11/M13 Q0993 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240300Z 15015MPS 6000 -SN BLSN NSC M11/M14 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240230Z 15014MPS 7000 -SN BLSN NSC M11/M14 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240200Z 15013MPS 9999 4700SE -SN BLSN NSC M11/M14 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240130Z 15013MPS 9999 -SN DRSN NSC M11/M14 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240100Z 15013MPS 9000 -SN BLSN NSC M11/M14 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240030Z 14014MPS 9000 3200SE -SN BLSN NSC M11/M13 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 240000Z 15014MPS 9999 -SN DRSN NSC M11/M14 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0971=
UOOO 232330Z 16013MPS 8000 -SN BLSN SCT032 M11/M14 Q0992 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0970=
UOOO 232300Z 15013MPS 8000 -SN BLSN SCT020 M11/M14 Q0991 R19/39//38 NOSIG RMK QFE728/0970=
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Nov 24, 2021

Classification
Incident

Flight number
WZ-1279

Destination
Norilsk, Russia

Aircraft Registration
RA-89138

ICAO Type Designator
SU95

Airport ICAO Code
UOOO

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