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Incident Reports

Over the last few weeks some interesting incident reports have been published. As with many aviation incidents these usually do the rounds of the world’s media at the time of the incident and the sensational high level points then later appear when the formal reports are published... Read more...

Report 1

The first report involves a simple taxiing navigation error. As with all incidents, it involves a number of factors and the report goes into great detail in certain areas. Read more...

Report 2

The second report covers a recurring incident, but it is probably the worse outcome to date. The background issues leading to this incident are interesting. Read more...

Tyres

On reviewing some safety data there have been a number of tyre-related issues. Be sure to always refer to the manufacturer’s instructions and advice... Read more...

Data

You may have wondered why your regulator has requested information on your operation when it is not a requirement... Read more...

Recap of Useful Articles

Over the last few issues of the Safety Bulletin, a lot of useful information has been provided... Read more...

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