"Before I jumped I looked back; I saw two people who were not going to make it," he said. The DC-9 was delivered new to Delta before being sold to Northwest predecessor Southern Airways in 1973. Jet fuel spewed from the engine and the DC-9 erupted in flames moments later. None of the 146 passengers and 10 crew members aboard the 727, Northwest Flight 299, was reported injured. Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Northwest 1482 was cleared from the gate towards Runway 03C, but it missed turning onto taxiway Oscar 6 and instead entered the Outer taxiway. Vụ va chạm trên đường băng sân bay hạt Wayne năm 1990 liên quan đến vụ va chạm của 2 máy bay của hãng Northwest Airlines trong sương mù dày đặc tại sân bay quốc tế Detroit vào ngày 3 tháng 12 năm 1990. The Wayne County Airport runway collision involved the collision of two Northwest Airlines planes at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport on December 3, 1990. Tony Dresden, a spokesman for the National Air Traffic Controllers Association, said tonight that controllers lost track of the DC-9 in the dense fog. The Collision A … The Wayne County Airport runway collision involved the collision of two Northwest Airlines planes at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport on December 3, 1990. John Izzo, 41, a Westinghouse engineer from Pittsburgh who was aboard the DC-9, said there was no shouting or panic at the time of collision. Firefighters were on the scene almost immediately, but the fired blazed for an hour and turned the silver-and-red DC-9 into a blackened hull. Those two jumbo jets, carrying a total of about 400 passengers and crew members, nearly collided on a runway at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, renewing concerns about ground control and congestion at U.S. airports. 1990. It took off at 08:20 local time (07:20 UTC), with 81 pas­sen­gers, four cabin crew and two flight crew. The episode is titled "Taxiway Turmoil". [1]:9, Of the surviving passengers, the NTSB stated that 10 received serious injuries and 23 received minor or no injuries. The 727's wing hit the right-hand side of the DC-9 and cut through the fuselage just below the windows, then continued aft, finally cutting off the DC-9's right-hand (#2) engine. The air­craft, County of South Glamorgan, cap­tained by 42-year-old Tim Lan­caster, who had logged 11,050 flight hours, and co-pi­loted by 39-year-old Alas­tair Atchi­son, who had logged 7,500 flight hours, was a BAC One-Eleven Se­ries 528FL reg­is­tered as G-BJRT. Officials said all the injured were among the 33 passengers and four crew members on the DC-9, Northwest Flight 1482. "We were relying on what he was telling us," Dresden said. This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the National Transportation Safety Board. [1]:79, The accident is featured in the fourth episode of Season 20 of Mayday, also known as Air Crash Investigation. Deciding that no immediate danger existed, he did not order an emergency evacuation, and the passengers and crew deplaned using the rear airstair after the aircraft was sprayed with fire retardant foam as a precaution. 16 Jan - E2: 1990 Wayne County Airport Collision (Taxi Turmoil) 23 Jan - E3: PIA Flight 268 (Kathmandu Descent) 30 Jan - E4: SOL 5248 (Icy Descent) ... Air Crash Investigation(Everywhere else)/Mayday(Canada)/Air Disasters(US), similar shows, and aviation incidents/accidents in general. In the past year, Northwest was the focus of much criticism after three of its pilots were convicted of flying while intoxicated. All 146 passengers and eight crew members survived. The accident was one of the worst U.S. ground accidents involving commercial aircraft. The NTSB also did not receive medical records for the copilot and six passengers who were treated and released from area hospitals; for the purposes of the report, the NTSB assumed that they received minor injuries. 3. Two Northwest Airlines jets, a DC-9 en route to Pittsburgh and a Boeing 727 en route to Memphis, collided in fog at Detroit's Metropolitan Airport yesterday. They realized the mistake and contacted air traffic control, who told them to leave the runway immediately. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Aircraft Accident Report, Northwest Airlines Inc. 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The rear jumpseat flight attendant and a passenger died from smoke inhalation in the DC-9's tailcone; the tailcone release was not activated, and later investigation determined that release mechanism was mechanically inoperable. Dan Kerber, deputy director of airport operations, said the 727, traveling north on its takeoff run, came to a stop about 1,500 feet north of an intersection on the runway after the crash. Northwest, which is based in Minneapolis, has had its share of major operating troubles. The Wayne County Airport runway collision involved the collision of two Northwest Airlines planes in at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport on December 3, 1990. Los Angeles Runway Collision- 1991. It had 37,310 operating hours. Northwest spokesmen said they could not explain why the DC-9 pilot had maneuvered his plane onto one of the airport's main runways. "I looked out the window and I could see a smaller plane, and the roof was off the plane.". FACTUAL INFORMATION 1.1 History of the F1 ights 1.1.1 General On December 3, 1990, at 1345 eastern standard time, Northwest Airlines (NWA) flight 1482, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, and Northwest Airlines The accident is featured in the fourth episode of Season 20 of Mayday, also known as Air Crash Investigation. The departing B-727 was destined for Memphis. The County of South Glamorgan was a BAC One-Eleven Series 528FL jet airliner, registered as G-BJRT. One member of the crew and seven passengers of the DC-9 were killed.[1]:1[2]. COMPILED BY JAMES SCHWARTZ -- THE WASHINGTON POST. A Northwest MD-80 passenger jet crashed shortly after takeoff at Detroit on Aug. 16, 1987, killing 156 people in the second worst air crash in U.S. history. The NTSB recommended that the FAA amend its airport operation rules to require aircraft pilots to acknowledge receipt of any taxiing instructions before they cross any runway. Kevin Wheland, a Northwest Airlines spokesman, said the 727 was about to lift off at 2 p.m. when its right wing hit the DC-9's right side. Wayne County Airport collision- 1990. This often becomes difficult in bad weather when parts of the airport are not visible from the control tower. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to real news you can count on. Boeing 747s operated by Pan Am and the Dutch airline KLM, collided on a foggy runway in the Canary Islands on March 27, 1977, killing 581 people. On 7 December 1983, a Boeing 727 of Iberia (Spain's state airline) registered EC-CFJ, operating Iberia Flight 350, a scheduled … The accident occurred on Runway 3C at 1:45 p.m., about 15 minutes after both planes left gates at the airport's North Terminal. The airport reopened later in the evening. Originally opened as a small regional airport in 1930, and located about about 15 miles south of downtown Detroit, in the suburb of Romulus, Michigan, the Detroit Metropolitan - Wayne County Airport was the United States 12th busiest airport, handling 15 million passengers in 1986. ROMULUS, MICH., DEC. 3 -- Two Northwest Airlines passenger jets collided on a fog-covered runway at Detroit Metropolitan Airport today, igniting a fiery explosion that killed eight people and left one airliner a charred hulk. Wayne County Executive McNamara, whose government runs the airport in this Detroit suburb, credited the 727 pilot with avoiding a more serious collision. In the spring of 1986, the National Transportation Safety Board issued a special report on what it described as a troubling increase in runway accidents, a report triggered by an incident involving two Northwest DC-10 airliners. Kerber said the Metro airport had ground radar, but he would not comment on the type or whether it was in use at the time of the crash. The dead were all aboard Northwest Flight 1482, a DC-9 bound for Pittsburgh, that caught fire after the crash. Continental Express 2574- 1991. He said one emergency escape chute on the left side of the DC-9 was opened. The DC-9 caught fire and was destroyed. Contributing to the number and severity of injuries was the failure of the crew of the DC-9 to properly execute the passenger evacuation. 1990年韋恩縣機場跑道對撞事故(美國西北航空1482號班機/美國西北航空299號班機) ( 英语 : 1990 Wayne County Airport runway collision ) LAN哥倫比亞航空8250號班機; 太陽航空5428號班機 ( 英语 : Sol Líneas Aéreas Flight 5428 ) 美洲獅直升機航空91號 ( 英语 … Air Ontario 1363- 1989. Crash. A source in Washington said that investigators were puzzled why a Pittsburgh-bound DC-9 was on the same runway as a Memphis-bound 727 that had been cleared for takeoff. The Wayne County Airport runway collision involved the collision of two Northwest Airlines planes at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport on December 3, 1990. It occurred when Flight 1482, a scheduled Douglas DC-9-14 operating from Detroit to Pittsburgh International Airport, taxied by mistake onto an active runway in dense fog and was hit by a departing Boeing 727 operating as Flight 299 to Memphis International Airport. The NTSB added that it did not receive medical records for three passengers who were admitted to a burn center; for purposes of the report, the NTSB labeled their injuries as serious. Varig Air flight254- 1989. Special correspondents Susan Fleming, Donna Pach and Louisa Calderon Hayes contributed to this report from Detroit. They then must receive specific permission to cross any runway and to take off. Twenty-one other people were injured, many with severe burns. It occurred when Flight 1482, a scheduled Douglas DC-9-14 operating from Detroit to Pittsburgh International Airport, taxied by mistake 1991. The Wayne County Airport runway collision involved the collision of two Northwest Airlines planes at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport on December 3, 1990. Wayne County Executive Edward McNamara said that the weather was “a very serious factor” in the collision. Air Italia flight 404- 1990. 172 2 "Taxiway Turmoil" 1990 Wayne County Airport runway collision 16 January 2020 On 3 December 1990, two Northwest Airlines flights collide on the runway at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport after Flight 1482 mistakenly turns on to an active runway while Flight 299 is taking off. [1]:87 The crew consisted of Captain William Lovelace (52), who had 23,000 flight hours with 4,000 hours in the DC-9, and First Officer James Schifferns (43), who had 4,685 flight hours with 185 hours in the DC-9. At most major airports, pilots must receive permission from a ground control tower to leave their terminal. About 5 seconds later the DC-9 crew saw a Boeing 727 coming right at them. The Wayne County Medical Examiner's office said two of the dead passengers were Mary Blankenship, 37, of Colorado Springs, and Kingsley Brown, 30, of Pittsburgh. On the 3rd of December 1990, a Northwest Airlines Boeing 727 taking off from Detroit, Michigan, side s wiped a Northwest DC-9 that had strayed onto the runway. The aircraft was repaired and flew for Northwest until 1995. RUNWAY INCURSION AND COLLISION DETROIT METROPOLITAN/WAYNE COUNTY AIRPORT ROMULUS, MICHIGAN DECEMBER 3, 1990 1. Contributing to the fatalities in the accident was the inoperability of the DC-9 internal tail cone release mechanism. All known casualties were aboard the DC-9. It was a runway collision that caused aviation's worst disaster. The 727 was operating Northwest Flight 299 to Memphis, and had just been cleared for take-off. The wing of the 727 struck the smaller DC-9 just behind the co-pilot's seat, ripping open the plane's roof and tearing one of its two engines from the fuselage. [1]:37 The 727 sustained a damaged wing and was later repaired. The airplane operated on a flight from Detroit-Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, MI (DTW) to Memphis International Airport… Neither Northwest nor airport officials could provide many details of the accident. Safety experts often note that the world's worst aviation disaster, which killed 582 people, occurred on a runway. 8 occupants on board Flight 1482 are killed. It occurred when Flight 1482 a scheduled passenger airline Regional flights for Northwest were operated under the name Northwest Airlink by Mesaba Airlines Pinnacle Airlines and Compass Airlines Northwest 145 on board. "When they {the ground controllers} discovered where he was, they told him to exit the runway immediately, but it was too late," Dresden said. The Madrid runway disaster was the collision on 7 December 1983 of two aircraft on the ground at Madrid–Barajas Airport.A departing Iberia Boeing 727 struck an Aviaco McDonnell Douglas DC-9, causing the deaths of 93 passengers and crew.. Northwest officials said it was up to the airline's pilots to decide whether they had enough visibility through the fog to take off. "The planes were headed for a head-on collision," said Bob Gibbons, another Northwest spokesman. Flight 299, the Boeing 727 with 146 passengers on board, had started its takeoff roll. The 20 injured, including the cockpit crew of the DC-9, were taken to three Detroit area hospitals, officials said. He said he and a flight attendant, who was riding as a passenger, applied compresses made of snowballs to some of the injured and used a necktie to stanch another victim's bleeding. Avianca flight 52- 1990. He unstrapped himself and managed to crawl out on one of the jet's wings, he said. The NTSB's investigation of the crash revealed a failing system in the air and ground traffic control facilities at LAX: the ground radar system worked intermittently, and was not functioning at the time of the incident; the blind spot, from the control tower, when looking at the spot where SkyWest 5569 was waiting on the runway; the system for ground controllers in the tower to … Kerber said only one emergency chute, forward of the left wing on the DC-9, deployed after the plane was struck. ... Nov 12 Fishtail Air Eurocopter AS350 crash; "I didn't panic, but I jumped from the wing.". Lauda Air flight 004- 1991. Walsh reported from Detroit, McAllister from Washington. The captain was 42-year-old Tim Lancaster, who had logged 11,050 flight hours, including 1,075 hours on the BAC One-eleven; the copilot was 39-year-old Alastair Atchison, with 7,500 flight hours, with 1,100 of them on the BAC One-eleven.The aircraft also carried four cabin crew and 81 pa… 4. [1]:4 The captain then shut down all three engines and ascertained that no one on board had been injured and that the aircraft was only lightly damaged. United Airlines 585- 1991 "Whether he was lost, disoriented or what, we're not sure.". The Boeing 727 (Northwest Fight 299 to Memphis) had just received takeoff clearance and was traveling at a speed of over 100 knots when the collision took place. [1]:11, After the collision, the 727 flight crew immediately initiated a rejected takeoff, and was able to stop the aircraft safely on the remaining runway. Co-pi­lot Atchi­son han­dled a rou­tine take-off, and re­lin­quished con­trol to Lan­caster as the plane es­tab­lished it­self i… At least 19 people aboard the DC-9 were killed. [1]:12, The Boeing 727 operating Flight 299 was registered N278US and had been purchased by Northwest in 1975. Nigeria Airlines flight 2120- 1991. 1. 10.4k. Planes Collide on Detroit Runway Two Northwest Airlines planes, a DC-9 series 10 and a Boeing 727-200, collided on a runway Monday at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. December 3, 1990 - Northwest Airlines Flight 1482, McDonnell Douglas DC-9, collided with Northwest Airlines Flight 299 Boeing B-727, when the crew of the DC-9 mistakenly taxied onto the active runway in dense fog at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW). Wayne County Executive Ed McNamara said that, according to the airport fire chief and other officials, there was "practically no visibility" at the time of the collision. N278US was flown by Kitty Hawk Aircargo before being scrapped in 2011. [3], The captain of the DC-9 escaped from his aircraft through the left sliding window. Most of the fire was concentrated in the center of the plane and Kerber could not say if some passengers were trapped because of the failure of other chutes to deploy. December 3, 1990: Northwest Airlines … The collision occurred on Runway 3C, the middle runway and the shortest of the three at the airport running from south to north. The three surviving crew members received minor or no injuries. To correct the error, they were instructed to turn right onto Taxiway Xray, but the crew instead turned onto the active runway, 03C. But Kerber said he was not aware of any pilots refusing to take off because of the weather. Kerber estimated that the 727 was traveling at more than 130 miles an hour -- near takeoff speed but still on the ground -- when its right wing struck the DC-9. The episode is titled "Taxiway Turmoil".[5]. Contributing to the cause of the accident were (1) deficiencies in the air traffic control services provided by the Detroit tower, including failure of the ground controller to take timely action to alert the local controller to the possible runway incursion, inadequate visibility observations, failure to use progressive taxi instructions in low-visibility conditions, and issuance of inappropriate and confusing taxi instructions compounded by inadequate backup supervision for the level of experience of the staff on duty; (2) deficiencies in the surface markings, signage, and lighting at the airport and the failure of Federal Aviation Administration surveillance to detect or correct any of these deficiencies; and (3) failure of Northwest Airlines, Inc., to provide adequate cockpit resource management training to their line aircrews. A Northwest Airlines Douglas DC-9-14, similar to the one involved. [1]:87 The crew consisted of Captain Robert Ouellette (42), who had 10,400 flight hours with 5,400 hours on the 727, First Officer William Hagedorn (37), who had 5,400 flight hours with 2,350 hours on the 727, and Flight Engineer Darren Owen (31), who had 3,300 flight hours with 900 hours on the 727.[1]:14. Flight 1482, the DC-9 with 39 passengers and five crew members on board, was taxiing. December 4, 1990 ROMULUS, MICH., DEC. 3 -- Two Northwest Airlines passenger jets collided on a fog-covered runway at Detroit Metropolitan Airport today, igniting a … The accident was investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board, which determined the probable cause of the accident to be: a lack of proper crew coordination, including a virtual reversal of roles by the DC-9 pilots, which led to their failure to stop taxiing their airplane and alert the ground controller of their positional uncertainty in a timely manner before and after intruding onto the active runway. Some of the victims were trapped in their seats, the Wayne County coroner's office said. British airlines flight 5390- 1990. Five seconds later (at 13:45 EST), the crew saw the Boeing 727 heading towards them. The report called for a number of changes in airport operations, some of which were opposed by the Federal Aviation Administration and the airline industry. "Obviously, God was his co-pilot," McNamara told reporters. Izzo said he and others managed to pull injured passengers on the ground away from the plane, "which was sizzling like a kerosene can." Eighteen people escaped the plane from the left overwing exit; thirteen persons got out through the left main boarding door; four people jumped from the right service door. [4], The Douglas DC-9 operating Flight 1482 was registered N3313L; it was built in 1966 and had a total of 62,253 operating hours and was declared a total loss and scrapped following this incident. A Boeing 727-251 passenger plane, registered N278US, sustained substantial damage in a take-off accident at Detroit-Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, MI (DTW), United States of America. "Somebody told me today was not a good day for flying and I should have taken their advice," he said. Izzo, the Pittsburgh engineer who survived today's crash, was philosophical as he talked to reporters tonight. Desktop notifications are on   | Turn off, Get breaking news alerts from The Washington Post. "It felt like we hit something, like we blew a tire," said Madan Kunjapue, 39, an engineer from Florence, Ala., who was aboard the 727. They said the runway had served as a taxiway earlier in the day. 1990 Wayne County Airport runway collision 16 January 2020 On 3 December 1990, two Northwest Airlines jets collide in heavy fog at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport after Flight 1482 mistakenly turns on to an active runway while Flight 299 is taking off. When ground control found out that NW1482 was on the active runway, the crew were told to leave that runway immediately. Since few airports have a ground radar system, they rely on pilots to know the airport layout and to follow the numbered signs designating runways and taxiways. The Wayne County Airport runway collision involved the collision of two Northwest Airlines planes in dense fog at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport on December 3, 1990. 2. The right wing of the 727 tore into the right side of the DC-9 at cabin level, just behind the copilot's seat. A five-member National Transportation Safety Board investigating team from Washington arrived here tonight to begin piecing together the sequence of events that led to the fiery collision on the center of the airport's three main runways. The DC-9, inexplicably traveling south along the same runway, came to rest facing south about 1,000 feet south of the intersection. 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