Alaska B734 and Alaska Central Express B190 at Anchorage on May 27th 2014, near collision during go-around/takeoff

Last Update: May 29, 2014 / 19:06:19 GMT/Zulu time

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Date of incident
May 27, 2014


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Boeing 737-400

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An Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-400, registration N792AS performing flight AS-135 from Portland,OR to Anchorage,AK (USA) with 143 passengers and 5 crew, was on final approach to runway 15 and was cleared to land on the shortened runway.

An Alaska Central Express Beech 1900 freighter, freight flight KO-65 from Anchorage,AK to Sand Point,AK (USA) with 2 crew, was waiting for departure from runway 15 behind another landing aircraft.

After the landing traffic had vacated the runway Tower cleared the Beech for takeoff from runway 15 advising a Boeing 737 was on a 2nm final. About one minute after issuing the takeoff clearance, at 15:09L (23:09Z), Tower instructed the Boeing to go around and turn right onto a heading of 220, subsequently amended to 250 degrees, then handed both aircraft off to departure.

The NTSB reported the Beech became airborne and turned right, the Boeing also turned right, the separation between the two aircraft reduced to 0 feet vertical and 0.25nm laterally. The occurrence was rated a near collision, an investigation has been opened.

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PANC 280053Z 14012G24KT 10SM FEW043 SCT055 OVC090 12/03 A3010 RMK AO2 SLP192 SH DSNT NW-NE T01220028
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PANC 271953Z 14011G18KT 10SM -RA FEW012 SCT043 OVC060 11/03 A3010 RMK AO2 SLP194 VIS LWR N-NE P0000 T01110033
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Incident Facts

Date of incident
May 27, 2014


Flight number

Aircraft Registration

Aircraft Type
Boeing 737-400

ICAO Type Designator

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