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<span style="color:#AAAAAA;"><sup>posted 27 March 2017 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
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<span style="color:#AAAAAA;"><sup>posted 3 April 2017 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
  
On 5 March 2013, the aft-stationed cabin crew of an aircraft on a scheduled international passenger flight from Chicago O'Hare to Munich advised the flight crew that they had heard "an unusual noise" during take-off. Noting that nothing unusual had been heard in the flight deck and that there were no indications of any abnormal system status, the Captain decided that the flight should be completed as planned. The flight proceeded uneventfully but on arrival in Munich, it became clear that the aircraft had sustained "substantial damage" due to a tail strike on take-off and was unfit for flight.
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On 21 December 2015, a crew continued a significantly unstable approach which included prolonged repetition of 'High Speed' and a series of EGPWS Alerts which were both ignored and which culminated in a high speed late touchdown which ended in an overrun. The Investigation noted the systemic lack of any effective oversight of pilot operating standards.
  
<div style="text-align:right;">[[A333, Chicago O'Hare IL USA, 2013|'''''Read more >>''''']]</div>
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The importance of monitoring operating standards by the effective use of OFDM

posted 3 April 2017 in Category:Accidents and Incidents

On 21 December 2015, a crew continued a significantly unstable approach which included prolonged repetition of 'High Speed' and a series of EGPWS Alerts which were both ignored and which culminated in a high speed late touchdown which ended in an overrun. The Investigation noted the systemic lack of any effective oversight of pilot operating standards.

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