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Accident Investigation, On Record
Confusing clearance placed a business jet on a collision course with mountains.
by Mark Lacagnina
Learjet pilot was unable to identify the problem and lost control while returning to the…
The captain decided to reject the takeoff after the A320 lifted off the runway.
A short circuit resulted from insulation that rubbed off improperly installed galley wiring.
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Accident Investigation, On Record
Flying with known autopilot and flight instrument problems,
the pilot lost control of the Citation…
by MARK LACAGNINA
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Accident Investigation, On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future.…
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Accident Investigation, On Record, Runway Safety
The G-IV pilots initiated a rejected takeoff several crucial seconds after
realizing that the flight-control…
Cabin Safety, On Record
Short circuit caused a thermal runaway of the emergency locator transmitter’s lithium battery.
The captain took control close to the runway in an attempt to salvage an unstabilized…
The A330’s descent rate reached 15,800 fpm after a sidestick control was jammed nose-down.