Continental Airlines Flight 1883 taxiway landing incident

Infobox Airliner incident|name=Continental Flight 1883 Incident
Date=October 28, 2006
Type=Taxiway Landing
Site=Newark, New Jersey
Injuries= 0
Aircraft Type=757-224
Operator=Continental Airlines
Tail Number=N17105
Survivors =154 (all)

Continental Flight 1883 was a Boeing 757-224, registration N17105, on a scheduled domestic passenger flight from Orlando, Florida to Newark, New Jersey, with 148 passengers and 6 crew on board, which mistakenly landed on a taxiway at Newark Liberty International Airport, on the evening of October 28, 2006, with no reported injuries or damage. [cite news|url=|title=Jet’s mistaken landing worries safety experts|date=November 4, 2006|publisher=MSNBC] [cite web|url=|publisher=NTSB|accessdate=2006-11-12|title=NTSB Prelimary Report]

Flight history

Flight 1883 was cleared for the ILS 22L instrument approach, circle-to-land runway 29. This required descending southwest towards runway 22L, followed by a final low altitude circling maneuver to land on runway 29 to the west. The aircraft landed westbound on taxiway Z, at 1831 EDT; sunset was at approximately 1800 EDT.An FAA inspector reported the touchdown spot was near the intersection of taxiway R. The inspector also noted that all lighting systems associated with runway 29 and taxiway Z were operating normally at the time.


External links

* [,+nj&ie=UTF8&z=16&ll=40.702798,-74.167864&spn=0.011241,0.02826&t=k&om=1 GoogleMaps aerial view of runway 29 and taxiway Z]

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