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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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<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>posted 6 January 2020 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
 
<span style="color:#000000;"><sup>posted 6 January 2020 in [[:Category:Accidents and Incidents]]</sup></span>
<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 27 June 2016, an aircraft narrowly avoided a mid-air collision with a helicopter whose single transponder had failed earlier whilst both were positioning visually as cleared to land at Marseille and after the helicopter had also temporarily disappeared from primary radar. The Investigation attributed the conflict to an inappropriate ATC response to the temporary loss of radar contact with the helicopter, aggravated by inaccurate position reports and non-compliance with the aerodrome circuit altitude by the helicopter crew. </p>
[[B744, en-route, southeast of Hong Kong SAR China, 2017|Read more &raquo;]]
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Highlighted Article

An example of "Base Effect"

posted 6 January 2020 in Category:Accidents and Incidents

On 27 June 2016, an aircraft narrowly avoided a mid-air collision with a helicopter whose single transponder had failed earlier whilst both were positioning visually as cleared to land at Marseille and after the helicopter had also temporarily disappeared from primary radar. The Investigation attributed the conflict to an inappropriate ATC response to the temporary loss of radar contact with the helicopter, aggravated by inaccurate position reports and non-compliance with the aerodrome circuit altitude by the helicopter crew.

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