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Accident/Incident Investigation, Maintenance Matters, News
A technician’s failure to turn off a switch meant a 737 failed to properly pressurize, the ATSB says.
by Linda Werfelman
Water leaking from a Boeing 767’s lavatories led to a buildup of ice on aileron components, the NTSB says.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Accident/Incident Investigation, Aviation Weather, News
Actual weather was worse than forecast, and the F100 crew believed they had no options other than repeated attempts to land at their planned destination, the ATSB said.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News
The ATSB says a pilot’s mistaken belief that an approaching 737 would land behind his Caravan was a factor in a separation occurrence.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, Unmanned Aircraft
A small airplane was slightly damaged and a drone was destroyed in a collision near a Toronto airport.
Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Ops, News, Safety Management
The ATSB says 10 instances of fatigue cracks occurred in Boeing 737 flap mechanisms from 2017 to 2022.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, Safety Regulation
The NTSB is calling for more conservative flight visibility minimums and better weather training for air tour pilots in an accident-prone area of Alaska.
Accident/Incident Investigation, President's Message
A safety department’s examination of everyday concerns can detect drift toward a dangerous operational state.
by Lucca Carrasco Filippo
Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Deck, News
A 737’s low thrust setting kept the airplane on the ground until only 400 m of runway remained, the U.K. AAIB says.
Investigators are trying to determine why the flaps on a Bombardier Challenger CL-600 activated during flight without action by the pilots, the AAIB says.