Sheboygan, WI: Citation Latitude 680A
Extreme Weather caused a Citation Latitude to jump its chocks and roll off the ramp. During the line crew’s recovery attempt, the LH Main Gear became lodged against the ramp and subsequently stuck in the mud, rendering the aircraft immobile.
Upon arrival, the West Star Aviation AOG Mobile Repair Team coordinated with the Airport Authority and Fire Rescue Team to procure their services to airbag the aircraft so a jack could be properly placed. Once the Jack was placed, AOG/MRT was able to shore up the Main Gear and tow the aircraft back onto the ramp.
The following day and half, West Star AOG/MRT performed all required high wind and structural inspections then returned the aircraft to service.
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