Talk:American Airlines Flight 1420/Stuff
Accident Investigation American Airlines Flight 1420 Little Rock, Arkansas June 1, 1999 DCA99MA060 The accident aircraft, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82 on a regularly scheduled passenger flight from Dallas, TX, on June 1, 1999, overran the end of the runway, went down an embankment, and impacted approach light structures after landing at Little Rock airport. Thunderstorms and heavy rain were reported in the area at the time of the accident. There were 11 fatalities, including the aircraft captain, and numerous injuries among the 145 passengers and crew aboard the flight.
Investigation Information Board Meeting (10/23/01) Abstract Animations Presentations Investigative Process Public Docket
Hearing Information held on January 26-29, 2000 in Little Rock, Arkansas
Transcripts January 26 Operational Issues (398K) January 27 Human Performance, Aircraft Performance, Meteorology (469K) January 28 Meteorology, Rescue and Fire Fighting, Survival Factors (497K) Opening Statement by Chairman Hall Investigator-in-Charge Opening Statement Animation of Flight 1420 Factual Reports from the Public Docket Media Advisory Press Release SB99-35 Contacts