Bombardier BD700 N998AM veer off from the D taxiway.
On December 09, 2005, a Bombardier BD700 aircraft, operate by Corporate jet company with the registration number N998AM. At 1100 LCL, the charter departed from Hong Kong International Airport with 7 passengers and landed at CKS International Airport to deplane the passenger, the flight resumed from CKS to Shoukan International Airport to reposition the aircraft.
AT 1446, 10 seconds after the aircraft touch down on 09 runways, the crew noticed the R T/R failed and the hydraulic system #2&3 pressure low message and master warning light came on. The aircraft loss both brake and nose gear steering and veer off from the D taxiway.
There were 2 pilots, 1 flight engineer and 1 cabin attendant on board the aircraft. The aircraft received minor damage and no injury to the crew.
The Aviation Safety Council launched the on-scene team right after the notification, the on-scene team completed on-scene phase investigation,and personnel interviewed and retrieved of CVR and FDR. The investigation team will continue other works including recorders read out, system test and airport exam.
The Aviation Safety Council investigation team will inform all parties to join the investigation according to ICAO Annex 13.
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