Most important Causal Factors

Most important causal factors for landing overruns

Landing overruns
Factor Percentage
Wet/Contaminated runway 58.8%
Long landing 38.9%
Speed too high 19.9%
Incorrect decision to land 16.3%
Aquaplaning 13.8%
Tailwind 13.6%
Late/incorrect use of brakes 11.3%
Late/incorrect use of reverse thrust 11.1%

More than one factor can be assigned to a single occurrence.

Most important causal factors for landing veeroffs

Landing veeroffs
Factor Percentage
Wet/Contaminated runway 36.9%
Crosswind 26.2%
Aircraft directional control not maintained 13.9%
Hard landing 12.1%
Nose wheel steering issues 10.1%
Tire failure 6.4%
Landing gear collapsed 6.2%

More than one factor can be assigned to a single occurrence.

Most important causal factors for takeoff overruns

Takeoff overruns
Factor Percentage
Abort/reject - After V1 40.8%
Wet/Contaminated runway 14.2%
Tire failure 12.5%
Takeoff mass too high/incorrect 10.8%
Late/incorrect use of brakes 4.2%

More than one factor can be assigned to a single occurrence.

Most important causal factors for takeoff veeroffs

Takeoff veeroffs
Factor Percentage
Wet/Contaminated runway 41.3%
Aircraft directional control not maintained 33.9%
Crosswind 18.3%
Nose wheel steering issues 17.4%
Asymmetric power 9.2%

More than one factor can be assigned to a single occurrence.