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Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Ops
An A330 crew underestimated the fire hazard associated with a fuel leak and continued flying after detecting the problem, the BEA says.
by Linda Werfelman
Accident/Incident Investigation, News
The DC3 cargo flight, being operated under VFR, crashed in instrument conditions near an airport in northwestern Ontario, the TSB says.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, Runway Safety
The NTSB faulted the 737 crew’s decision to land on a short runway with a tail wind in conditions conducive to wind shear.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, uncrewed aircraft
When the drone did not respond to pilot efforts to reduce power, the pilot used an automatic mode switch to direct it away from people gathered at an Australian airport,…
Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Ops, News
The close encounter of an EMS helicopter and a Piper Seminole prompted the ATSB to encourage pilots to be more attentive to radio transmissions.
The pilots of a 737 failed to realize they were beginning their takeoff on a taxiway, the Dutch Safety Board says; the pilots say lights and markings were unclear.
Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Deck, News
The BEA is investigating what it calls a serious incident in which the pilots of a 777 applied opposing control inputs during a go-around.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Accident/Incident Investigation, Aviation Medicine, News
NTSB investigators blame the pilot’s sudden cardiac event for the crash of an emergency medical services helicopter.
Accident/Incident Investigation, Human Factors, News
While focused on aircraft performance, the Q400 crew forgot to retract the landing gear, the ATSB says.
Accident/Incident Investigation, Ground Ops, News
An A330 took off without reliable airspeed information after preflight inspections failed to detect that pitot probe covers had not been removed, the ATSB says.