This paper addresses the landings on wrong runways/ at wrong airports happened between 03/26/1992 and 05/08/2012. The visibility, intended landing runway heading, accident landing runway heading, pilots’ flight hours, and the ages of those pilots are studied to test whether they have correlationswith the number of personnel injury, the number of personneldeath, and the degrees of aircraft damage. Some significantfindings are: the most likely angular difference between the supposed landing runwayheadings and wrong runway headings among wrong runway/airport landingsis 180 degrees,and there is a weaknegative correlation between aircraft damage and pilot flight hours. All the data used in the paper was collectedfrom the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) database.
& Lo, E.
(2017). A Study of Accidents and Incidents of Landing on Wrong Runways and Wrong Airports. 19th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 107-112.