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National Transportation Safety Board Printed on : 11/19/2010 5:26:57 PM

Washington, DC 20594

Brief of Accident

Adopted 03/23/2010

WPR09LA151
File No. 26298 03/17/2009 Casper, WY Aircraft Reg No. C-GCIL Time (Local): 15:26 MDT

Make/Model: Gates Learjet Corporation / Learjet 55 Fatal Serious Minor/None


Engine Make/Model: Honeywell / TPE-731 Crew 0 0 2
Aircraft Damage: Substantial Pass 0 0 2
Number of Engines: 2
Operating Certificate(s): None
Type of Flight Operation: Executive/Corporate
Reg. Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General Aviation

Last Depart. Point: Same as Accident/Incident Location Condition of Light: Day


Destination: Layfayette, LA Weather Info Src: Weather Observation Facility
Airport Proximity: On Airport/Airstrip Basic Weather: Visual Conditions
Airport Name: Natrona County Int Airport Lowest Ceiling: None
Runway Identification: 03 Visibility: 10.00 SM
Runway Length/Width (Ft): 10165 / 150 Wind Dir/Speed: 030 / 005 Kts
Runway Surface: Asphalt Temperature (°C): 9
Runway Surface Condition: Dry Precip/Obscuration: No Obscuration; No Precipitation

Pilot-in-Command Age: 32 Flight Time (Hours)

Certificate(s)/Rating(s) Total All Aircraft: 6933


Airline Transport; Multi-engine Land; Single-engine Land Last 90 Days: 42
Total Make/Model: 340
Instrument Ratings Total Instrument Time: 3656
Airplane

The flight crew reported that during their initial takeoff the air traffic control tower controller transmitted that he thought he saw
smoke originating from the airplane. The flight crew aborted the takeoff as the airplane was accelerating through 80 knots. Upon exiting
the runway, the flight crew verified normal operation of both engines. The captain reported that he had no reason to suspect hot brakes
due to minimal use and taxied back to the active runway where the flight was subsequently cleared for takeoff. During the second takeoff,
which was initiated about 5 minutes and 43 seconds after the initial rejected takeoff, the flight crew heard and felt a loud bang
followed by a sudden yaw to the right; the flight crew immediately aborted the takeoff. Shortly after, the flight crew heard a second
loud bang, followed by a more severe yaw to the right. The flight crew slowed the airplane and exited onto a taxiway at the end of the
runway. Upon exiting the airplane, the captain observed a fire near the left main landing gear and immediately evacuated the airplane.
Examination of the airplane by a Federal Aviation Administration inspector revealed that the left main landing gear exhibited fire damage
and that the tire was blown. A punctured hole within the right side of the fuselage was observed just aft of the cockpit. The flight crew
reported that at the time of the accident the airplane weighed 20,772 pounds. Review of emergency procedures within the aircraft flight
manual revealed that a high energy stop inspection of the aircraft was required following the initial rejected takeoff due to the
aircraft exceeding the maximum brake energy weight at the time of the initial rejected takeoff. The maximum brake energy weight was
calculated to be 20,300 pounds.
Updated at Mar 23 2010 5:08PM
Brief of Accident (Continued)

WPR09LA151
File No. 26298 03/17/2009 Casper, WY Aircraft Reg No. C-GCIL Time (Local): 15:26 MDT

OCCURRENCES

Takeoff-rejected takeoff - Miscellaneous/other

FINDINGS

Personnel issues-Task performance-Use of equip/info-Use of checklist-Flight crew - C


Personnel issues-Action/decision-Action-Incomplete action-Flight crew - C
Aircraft-Aircraft systems-Landing gear system-Landing gear brakes system-Not inspected - C
Aircraft-Aircraft oper/perf/capability-Aircraft capability-Maximum weight-Not specified - F

Findings Legend: (C) = Cause, (F) = Factor


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The National Transportation Safety Board determines the probable cause(s) of this accident as follows.
The flight crew's failure to follow the manufacturer’s aircraft flight manual emergency procedures following a rejected takeoff that
required a high energy stop inspection. Contributing to the accident was the flight's exceedence of the aircraft's maximum brake energy
weight.