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Date:20-MAR-2016
Time:11:00 LT
Type:Silhouette image of generic B735 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Boeing 737-53C
Owner/operator:Peruvian Airlines
Registration: OB-2041-P
C/n / msn: 24825/1894
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 134
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Minor
Location:Cusco Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ/SPZO) -   Peru
Phase: Take off
Nature:Passenger - Scheduled
Departure airport:Cusco Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ/SPZO)
Destination airport:Lima Airport (LIM)
Investigating agency: CIAA Peru
Narrative:
A Boeing 737-53C operated by Peruvian Airlines suffered a runway excursion incident following an aborted takeoff, reportedly due to a bird strike, at Cusco Airport, Peru.

Flight P9218 overran runway 10 and came to rest in a field and all occupants were evacuated using slides. Cusco has a single, 11146 ft long runway.

3.2.1 PROBABLE CAUSE
Incomplete application of operational procedures by the technical crew, during the aborting maneuver of the takeoff race ("RTO") at the Cusco Airport (SPZO), due to imminent impact with a bird on engine No. 2, causing "Runway Excursion".
3.2.2 CONTRIBUTING FACTORS
- Lack of Instruction and Training, in simulators that understand the techniques and maneuvers of aborting the takeoff race ("RTO") in high altitude fields.
- Probable malfunction of the "antiskid" and/or other systems, components, lines and/or devices indicated in the AMM Boeing D6-37543 ATA 05-51-55 in the "MLG LH", which generated "flat spot" in its tires N 1 and N 2, besides "blown tire" in the tire N 2, producing loss of the braking capacity of the respective brake assemblies, from the beginning of the "RTO" maneuver.
- Loss of the braking capacity of the brake assemblies N 3 and N 4, due to the automatic deflation of their respective tyres, activated by the thermal fuses of protection against over-temperature, having been supporting great part of the energy of deceleration of the aircraft, due to the loss of the braking capacity of the brake assemblies N 1 and N 2, from the beginning of the manoeuvre.

Sources:

https://exitosanoticias.pe/actualidad/expl78221-cusco-vuelos-quedan-suspendidos-luego-del-despiste-de-avion
http://www.periodismoperu.com/2016/03/20/avion-se-despisto-en-aeropuerto-del-cusco-cuando-intentaba-despegar/
https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8115071
https://www.livinginperu.com/news-peruvian-airlines-cusco-accident-109112
https://portal.mtc.gob.pe/comision/ciaa/documentos/2016/OB-2047-P(20-03-16).pdf

Accident investigation:
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Investigating agency: CIAA Peru
Status: Investigation completed
Duration:
Download report: Final report
Other occurrences involving this aircraft

22 Nov 2018 OB-2041-P Peruvian Airlines 0 La Paz-El Alto Airport (LPB) unk

Media:


Images:

Photo of OB-2041-P courtesy AirHistory.net


La Paz - El Alto (SLLP / LPB)
23 January 2019; (c) Sandro Rota

Revision history:

Date/timeContributorUpdates
21-Mar-2016 08:07 harro Added
21-Mar-2016 08:10 harro Updated [Total occupants, Phase, Departure airport, Destination airport, Embed code, Narrative]
21-Mar-2016 09:34 harro Updated [Location, Departure airport, Destination airport, Narrative]
21-Mar-2016 15:22 Geno Updated [Time, Source]
12-May-2016 16:37 Aerossurance Updated [Time, Source, Narrative]
28-Jul-2020 18:51 KagurazakaHanayo Updated [Total occupants, Source, Narrative]
28-Jul-2020 18:52 harro Updated [Damage, Narrative, Accident report, ]

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