Learjet 45 on airport ramp
An NTSB preliminary report indicated a Learjet 45 touched down at 190 knots and about 2,000 feet past the threshold of the wet runway before an excursion.

NTSB Report: Lear Landed Long, Fast on Wet Runway

The twinjet was substantially damaged in the nighttime accident, and its two pilots sustained minor injuries.

The Learjet 45 that collided with the airport perimeter fence after running off 6,602-foot Runway 8 after landing at Batesville (Arkansas) Regional Airport (KBVX) on November 29 initially touched down at 190 knots and about 2,000 feet past the threshold, according to a National Transportation Safety Board preliminary report. The twinjet, on a Part 91 business flight, was substantially damaged in the nighttime accident, and the two pilots sustained minor injuries while the six passengers were not injured.

Air traffic control cleared the airplane for the RNAV (GPS) Runway 8 approach and the crew canceled IFR after visually acquiring the landing zone. The airplane crossed the final approach fix at 265 knots ADS-B groundspeed and the Runway 8 threshold at 190 knots ADS-B groundspeed. Tire marks indicated intermittent braking started about 3,021 feet from the end of the runway. Continuous anti-skid braking application began about 2,069 feet from the end of the landing strip and continued until the end of the pavement.

The airplane exited the runway at an airspeed of about 100 knots ADS-B groundspeed, then continued forward and struck a ditch and the airport perimeter fence. The forward fuselage sustained substantial damage. Initial examination revealed normal flight control continuity. The spoilers were found in the deployed position, matching the cockpit spoiler handle position. The flap handle was at the 20-degree position, consistent with the position of the left and right flaps.