Talk:Bader Field

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Cessna Citation Jet (Registration) OY-JET crash off runway[edit]

In May 2005 a Citation jet landing downwind on the Bader airport ran off the runway into the bay. The event was captured on video, viewable in many places on the web. It would be very interesting to note that event here. It's a very interesting situation. The airport diagram was attached to the pilot's control column stating the airport was "closed to jet traffic."


Also of interest is the fact that the jet was owned by Weibel Scientific, a world leader in doppler radar. Curiously, one of their foremost contributions to world science is to supply radar to NASA for the purposes of tracking falling debris during nighttime shuttle launches.

This information traced to an article in Lloyd's Casualty Week - May 27, 2005 according to the discussion found here:
http://sunairexpress.com/saxforum/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=404

Wiebel Website, with reference to their radar expertise
http://www.weibel.dk/pageView.aspx?ID=113&pageid=43&SubMenuID=dropmenu2&GrandMenuID=0&ParentMenuID=dropmenu2

Weibel Scientific - Aviation Safety Network citation of jet accident
http://aviation-safety.net/database/operator/airline.php?var=7615

The plane's replacement is a Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign, registered as OY-WET.
http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?regsearch=OY-WET&distinct_entry=true Gungasdindin (talk) 04:36, 30 August 2008 (UTC)

First use of word "airport"[edit]

The assertion that the 1919 reference to the Bader airport is the first use of the word is is disputed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Amckie (talkcontribs) 19:08, 15 April 2008 (UTC)

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