US National Transportation Safety Board said a regional jet operated by Pinnacle Airlines overran a runway at Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City, Mich., in April 2007 because the pilots chose to land on a "contaminated" (snowy) runway without performing the required landing distance calculations. No injuries resulted from the overrun.

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