Thu, Dec 30, 2010
B757 Ran Off The End Of Runway 19 In Jackson Hole
The NTSB has opened an investigation into an incident in which
a passenger jetliner departed the runway while landing at Jackson
Hole Airport in Wyoming.
At about 1138 MST Wednesday, American Airlines flight 2253, a
B-757 (N668AA) inbound from Chicago O'Hare International Airport,
ran off the end of runway 19 while landing at Jackson Hole Airport.
No injuries were reported among the 181 passengers and crew on
The aircraft came to rest in hard packed snow about 350 feet
beyond the runway overrun area. The weather was reported to be
snowing at the time of the incident. No damage to the aircraft has
Senior NTSB Air Safety Investigator Joseph Sedor has been
designated as the Investigator-In-Charge. At this time, parties to
the investigation are American Airlines, Boeing, the Allied Pilots
Association, and the Federal Aviation Administration.
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