Saturday, February 16, 2019

Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300, N348QS: Incident occurred February 16, 2019 at San Diego International Airport (KSAN), California

NetJets Sales Inc
Fielding Aviation II LLC
Workday Inc

San Diego International Airport was forced to temporarily suspend takeoffs and landings Saturday morning so that it’s emergency crew could assist a small private jet that landed safely despite failing brakes.

The plane touched down about 10:30 a.m. after radioing ahead to the airport to let the ground crew know that it had lost its brakes, according to City News Service.

Green fire trucks and San Diego police officers quickly surrounded the aircraft and were able to tow it off the runway, allowing takeoffs to resume at 10:45 a.m.

Operating with the tail number N348QS, the plane is an Embraer  EMB-505 Phenom 300 manufactured in 2014 and registered to Net Jets Inc., according to the Federal Aviation Administration’s online aircraft registry. Netjets is a “fractional ownership” operator that allows multiple people or businesses to own a single plane. The FAA lists four “other owners” for the plane that suffered brake failure Saturday morning including: Timothy Horne, Fielding Aviation, the XXIX-XL Direct limited limited liability company and Workday Inc.

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