A balky anti-skid system or another problem with the nose-wheel steering system on a Model 60 Learjet appears to be responsible for a landing accident last month in Westhampton, N.Y. that resulted in substantial damage to the aircraft. National Transportation Safety Board investigators said the Part 135 flight had departed Tampa International Airport Aug. 23 with two pilots and six passengers onboard for the flight to Westhampton (FOK). The pilot reported the departure from Tampa was ...
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