Aircraft Make: GULFSTREAM
Aircraft Model: GIV
Event Type: Incident
Highest Injury: None
Flight Phase: LANDING (LDG)
FAA Flight Standards District Office: FAA Denver FSDO-03
City: JACKSON HOLE
AIRCRAFT ON LANDING, WENT OFF THE SIDE OF THE RUNWAY INTO THE SNOW, JACKSON HOLE, WY
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Jackson Hole Airport closed shortly Saturday night due to a reported runway excursion.
Jackson Police Department said a private aircraft had run off the end of the airstrip, but no emergency response had been called in and no injuries had been reported.
Airport Director Jim Elwood gave a similar report, as did a spokeswoman at Jackson Hole Aviation, the fixed-base operator at the airport, who said the plane blew a tire on landing. No other damage to the aircraft was reported.
The Jackson Hole Aviation spokeswoman said the aircraft was being towed out of the snow, and Elwood said operations at the airport were expected to resume soon.
Conditions at 9:40 p.m. were reported as cold and clear on the airport website. The morning’s runway conditions were reported as “dry, plowed and swept 140 ft. wide, remainder patchy compacted snow.”
JACKSON, Wyo. — No major damage or injuries have been reported after a private plane ran off a runway at Jackson Hole Airport on Saturday night.
The Jackson Police Department says the plane ran run off the end of the airstrip. The airport was closed while the aircraft was towed out of the snow.
According to the Jackson Hole News and Guide, airport officials say the plane blew a tire on landing.
The pilot and passengers have not been identified.