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Aviation Safety Reporting System
|Local Time Of Day||1201 To 1800|
|Locale Reference||airport : cmi|
|Altitude||agl bound lower : 0|
agl bound upper : 0
|Operator||general aviation : personal|
|Make Model Name||Small Aircraft, Low Wing, 1 Eng, Retractable Gear|
|Flight Phase||ground other : taxi|
|Make Model Name||Small Transport|
|Flight Phase||landing : go around|
|Route In Use||approach : straight in|
|Function||flight crew : single pilot|
|Qualification||pilot : instrument|
pilot : private
|Experience||flight time last 90 days : 35|
flight time total : 910
|Function||flight crew : single pilot|
|Anomaly||conflict : ground critical|
incursion : runway
non adherence : clearance
|Independent Detector||other controllera|
|Consequence||faa : investigated|
faa : reviewed incident with flight crew
|Miss Distance||horizontal : 2500|
vertical : 0
|Primary Problem||ATC Human Performance|
|Air Traffic Incident||Operational Error|
Upon arriving in the champaign vicinity, I was vectored just west of the airport and kept at an altitude of 4000'. There was a fair amount of radio communication. Both runways 22 and 14 were in use. Wind was from approximately 200 degrees at approximately 20-25 KTS. We were vectored to roughly a base leg heading while still at 4000' and cleared for a visibility approach. I was additionally advised by tower to turn right in to final because a twin was following me on a straight in approach. The crosswind was quite stiff and I elected to land a bit faster than normal. The first taxiway I could turn off on was just past the intersection of 14-22. This was my first time at willard. Next day, tower was waiting for me when I prepared to depart. They told me I had failed to hold short of runway 22 as instructed and caused an aircraft approaching 22 to go around after touching down, and they asked for my certificate #. I couldn't remember the exact sequence of events because the arrival had been so routine and 24 hours had elapsed. I was cleared to land, and apparently the controller told me during roll out to hold short of the runway 14, 22 intersection. I probably was thinking of handling the airplane properly in the stiff crosswind while keeping taxi speed up to get off the runway expeditiously for the twin close behind me. Plus, such instruction would be foreign to me. I'm not used to active traffic on runways that intersect at 90 degree angles, and when a control tower clears me to land, I psychologically think the runway is mine till I'm off of it. I don't believe the airplane approaching runway 22 got closer than 2500', as I was told he had only just touched down at 22's beginning of T/D, then was airborne again. Standard phrase for this unusual condition to alert pilot his runway ends at the intersection.
Original NASA ASRS Text
Title: GA PLT DID NOT HEAR NOR ACKNOWLEDGE CLRNC TO HOLD SHORT OF INTERSECTING RWY AFTER LNDG. ACFT HAD TO MAKE GO AROUND TO PREVENT CONFLICT.
Narrative: UPON ARRIVING IN THE CHAMPAIGN VICINITY, I WAS VECTORED JUST W OF THE ARPT AND KEPT AT AN ALT OF 4000'. THERE WAS A FAIR AMOUNT OF RADIO COM. BOTH RWYS 22 AND 14 WERE IN USE. WIND WAS FROM APPROX 200 DEGS AT APPROX 20-25 KTS. WE WERE VECTORED TO ROUGHLY A BASE LEG HDG WHILE STILL AT 4000' AND CLRED FOR A VIS APCH. I WAS ADDITIONALLY ADVISED BY TWR TO TURN RIGHT IN TO FINAL BECAUSE A TWIN WAS FOLLOWING ME ON A STRAIGHT IN APCH. THE XWIND WAS QUITE STIFF AND I ELECTED TO LAND A BIT FASTER THAN NORMAL. THE FIRST TXWY I COULD TURN OFF ON WAS JUST PAST THE INTXN OF 14-22. THIS WAS MY FIRST TIME AT WILLARD. NEXT DAY, TWR WAS WAITING FOR ME WHEN I PREPARED TO DEPART. THEY TOLD ME I HAD FAILED TO HOLD SHORT OF RWY 22 AS INSTRUCTED AND CAUSED AN ACFT APCHING 22 TO GO AROUND AFTER TOUCHING DOWN, AND THEY ASKED FOR MY CERTIFICATE #. I COULDN'T REMEMBER THE EXACT SEQUENCE OF EVENTS BECAUSE THE ARR HAD BEEN SO ROUTINE AND 24 HRS HAD ELAPSED. I WAS CLRED TO LAND, AND APPARENTLY THE CTLR TOLD ME DURING ROLL OUT TO HOLD SHORT OF THE RWY 14, 22 INTXN. I PROBABLY WAS THINKING OF HANDLING THE AIRPLANE PROPERLY IN THE STIFF XWIND WHILE KEEPING TAXI SPD UP TO GET OFF THE RWY EXPEDITIOUSLY FOR THE TWIN CLOSE BEHIND ME. PLUS, SUCH INSTRUCTION WOULD BE FOREIGN TO ME. I'M NOT USED TO ACTIVE TFC ON RWYS THAT INTERSECT AT 90 DEG ANGLES, AND WHEN A CTL TWR CLRS ME TO LAND, I PSYCHOLOGICALLY THINK THE RWY IS MINE TILL I'M OFF OF IT. I DON'T BELIEVE THE AIRPLANE APCHING RWY 22 GOT CLOSER THAN 2500', AS I WAS TOLD HE HAD ONLY JUST TOUCHED DOWN AT 22'S BEGINNING OF T/D, THEN WAS AIRBORNE AGAIN. STANDARD PHRASE FOR THIS UNUSUAL CONDITION TO ALERT PLT HIS RWY ENDS AT THE INTXN.
Data retrieved from NASA's ASRS site as of August 2007 and automatically converted to unabbreviated mixed upper/lowercase text. This report is for informational purposes with no guarantee of accuracy. See NASA's ASRS site for official report.