Photos: Emergency Exercise At Airport

November 18, 2021 | 3 Comments

The LF Wade International Airport held an emergency exercise today [Nov 18] with multiple on island agencies participating.

A spokesperson previously said, “The exercise is designed to test the airport’s emergency plans, with various governmental and non-governmental agencies on hand to participate. The event will be a simulation of an aircraft accident in the waters just off the runway near Clearwater Beach.

“The purpose is to demonstrate the ability of Skyport to effectively coordinate interagency emergency operations in accordance with the Airport Emergency Plan in response to a significant aircraft accident where the aircraft rests in water.”

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  1. puzzled says:

    That’s the eastern end of the airport.
    Can the pilot boat get under the swing bridge if an incident occurs in the western end…..?

  2. Rufus Ruffian says:

    No doubt a requirement to safety. But, it’s time to have real capacity for bringing a hundred survivors to shore. Wreckage collection and medical transfer. A pilot boat, RBR inflatable craft would be suitably ready for a private jet but what if a plane diverted landing short of the runway? Get real!

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