UK and Sweden dispute NTSB findings on fatal Saab 2000 overrun

Conclusions of a report by the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) into a fatal 2019 overrun involving a PenAir Saab 2000 have been disputed by Swedish and UK investigators.

The report concluded that cross-wiring of the aircraft’s antiskid braking systems led to the crash which killed one passenger and seriously injured another.

The Saab 2000 was originally delivered to Air Marshall Islands in 1995. All images NTSB

The Swedish Accident Investigation Authority (SHK) and the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) submitted a letter outlining their dissenting opinion that it was a series of operational factors that were the primary cause of the accident.

The crash occurred while the crew of the turboprop, N686PA (c/n 2000-017) were attempting to land at Unalaska Airport in Alaska on October 17, 2019.

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