Below is the beginning of an article posted by Aviation International News. For prior postings on the landing addressed, please see These things happen, Follow-up on "These things happen", Follow-up on the follow-up - for grins, and Stu's postings Very short, very wide runway ;-) and 200 and a half.
Atlas Air’s internal investigation into how its crew landed a Boeing 747 Dreamlifter at the wrong airport last November has uncovered important factors explaining how the freighter, headed to Wichita’s McConnell Air Force Base, mistakenly landed at the smaller Jabara Airport, nine miles to the northeast of the air base.
In a crew-training video obtained by AIN, Atlas Air flight operations vice president Jeff Carlson said that a number of intermittent issues with the first officer’s primary flight display earlier in the night-time flight created some skepticism on the part of the pilots about the reliability of the aircraft’s automation system. Although Wichita’s weather was good, the pilot flying programmed an Rnav/GPS approach [see Stu's posting - CC] to Runway 19L at McConnell that would have placed the aircraft at 3,000 feet over Jabara. According to Carlson, the pilot said previous VFR [visual flight rules - CC] approaches to McConnell had often put him at a higher altitude than expected and that difficulties in picking out McConnell’s runway prompted him to make an instrument approach.
If you did not go read the full article, I'll alert you to the fact that there was a shocking lack of communication between the two pilots!