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<h3>[[B744, en-route, southeast of Hong Kong SAR China, 2017|Does your stall recovery training use realistic scenarios?]]</h3>
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<h3>[[L410, Dubrovnik Croatia, 2018|A persistently poor operational safety record should not be ignored]]</h3>
<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>posted 6 January 2020 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
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<p>On 7 April 2017, a crew did not adjust planned speed at an anticipated holding point when the level given was higher than expected. As a consequence of this and distraction, as the new holding level was approached and the turn began, stall buffet, several stick shaker activations and pilot-induced oscillations occurred when the crew failed to follow the applicable stall warning recovery procedure. </p>
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<p>On 29 November 2018, an aircraft landed on a temporarily closed section of the runway at Dubrovnik after a visual approach in benign weather conditions. The Investigation found that the flight crew had not carried out a sufficient pre-flight review of current and available information about a major multi-phase runway reconstruction there which they were familiar with. The opportunity for better advance and real time communication with aircraft operators and their flight crew and the benefit of the recommended ‘X’ marking at the beginning of any temporarily closed part of a runway, omitted in this case, was noted.</p>
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Latest revision as of 12:06, 9 February 2021

Highlighted Article

A persistently poor operational safety record should not be ignored

posted 4 January 2021 in Category:Accidents and Incidents

On 29 November 2018, an aircraft landed on a temporarily closed section of the runway at Dubrovnik after a visual approach in benign weather conditions. The Investigation found that the flight crew had not carried out a sufficient pre-flight review of current and available information about a major multi-phase runway reconstruction there which they were familiar with. The opportunity for better advance and real time communication with aircraft operators and their flight crew and the benefit of the recommended ‘X’ marking at the beginning of any temporarily closed part of a runway, omitted in this case, was noted.

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