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GLF5 / A319, south-eastern France, 2004

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Summary
On 16 September 2004, a loss of separation occurred over Geneva between Air France A319 and a Gulfstream 5 which commenced descent without clearance by ATC and with coordinated TCAS RAs not followed by either aircraft.
Event Details
When September 2004
Actual or Potential
Event Type
Human Factors, Level Bust, Loss of Separation
Day/Night Night
Flight Conditions VMC
Flight Details
Aircraft AIRBUS A-319
Operator Brit Air
Domicile France
Type of Flight Public Transport (Passenger)
Origin Lyon/Saint-Exupery
Intended Destination Rome/Fiumicino Airport
Take off Commenced Yes
Flight Airborne Yes
Flight Completed Yes
Flight Phase Climb
ICL / ENR
Flight Details
Aircraft GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE Gulfstream 5
Operator Private
Type of Flight Private
Origin LaGuardia Airport
Intended Destination Geneva Cointrin International Airport
Take off Commenced Yes
Flight Airborne Yes
Flight Completed Yes
Flight Phase Descent
ENR / APR
Location
Approx. near La Tour-du-Pin, France
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HF
Tag(s) Ineffective Monitoring,
Procedural non compliance,
Inappropriate crew response - skills deficiency
LB
Tag(s) Accepted ATC Clearance not followed,
TCAS RA response
LOS
Tag(s) TCAS RA Mis Flown,
Accepted ATC Clearance not followed,
Required Separation not maintained,
Level Bust
Safety Net Mitigations
Malfunction of Relevant Safety Net No
TCAS Partially effective
STCA Effective
Outcome
Damage or injury No
Aircraft damage None"None" is not in the list (Minor, Major, Hull loss) of allowed values for the "Aircraft damage" property.
Injuries None"None" is not in the list (Few occupants, Many occupants, Most or all occupants) of allowed values for the "Injuries" property.
Fatalities None"None" is not in the list (Few occupants, Many occupants, Most or all occupants) of allowed values for the "Fatalities" property. ()
Causal Factor Group(s)
Group(s) Aircraft Operation
Safety Recommendation(s)
Group(s) None Made
Investigation Type
Type Independent

Description

On 16 September 2004, a loss of separation occurred over Geneva between Air France AIRBUS A-319 and a Gulfstream 5 which commenced descent without clearance by ATC and with coordinated Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS) RAs not followed by either aircraft.

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