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JTSB investigates serious runway incursion incident at Okinawa
8 July 2012

JTSB investigates serious runway incursion incident at Okinawa

8 July 2012

The Japan Transportation Safety Board (JTSB) has openened in investigation into a serious runway incursion incident at Okinawa, Japan.

AAIU Ireland publishes final report on serious runway incursion incident at Dublin

14 November 2011

The Irish Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) published the final investigation report into a serious runway incursion incident at Dublin in October 2010. On 16 October 2010 a THY Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-800 aircraft (TC-JGG) taxied onto the active runway 28 at Dublin Airport (DUB), Ireland. At the same time a Germanwings Airbus A319 aircraft (D-AGWJ) […]

Report: Pilots exceeded A319 tail fin limits during wake turbulence upset recovery

2 June 2010

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) today released its final investigation report into the January 10, 2008 encounter with wake turbulence involving the Air Canada Airbus A319 operating as flight AC190. AC190 was en route from Victoria, BC, to Toronto, ON, with 83 passengers and 5 crew members. At 06:48 local time, a series of jolts were […]

NTSB investigating near midair collision of US Airways A319 and Cargolux 747 in Alaska

28 May 2010

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has launched an investigation into the near midair collision of an A319 passenger jetliner and a B747 cargo jet. On May 21, 2010, at about 12:10 a.m. local time, an Airbus A319, operating as US Airways flight 140, and a Boeing 747-400, operating as Cargolux Airlines International flight […]

FAA releases ATC audio of United 634 emergency landing

4 March 2010

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the air traffic control tapes of an emergency landing at Newark-Liberty International Airport, NJ (EWR/KEWR) on January 10, 2010. Newark Air Traffic Control Tower (MP3, 46.74 MB) According  to preliminary NTSB information an Airbus A319, registration N816UA, operated by United Airlines as flight 634, landed with the right main gear […]

AAIB: final report on A319 electrical network failure incident

24 August 2009

The U.K. AAIB released the final investigation report into the serious incident involving an Airbus A319-111 aircraft operating a scheduled passenger flight between Alicante, Spain and Bristol, UK. The aircraft had experienced a fault affecting the No 1 (left) electrical generator on the previous flight and was dispatched on the incident flight with this generator […]

ANSV Italy investigates serious runway incursion incident at Rome-Fiumicino

12 February 2009

The Italian Air Safety Board (ANSV) reported that they opened the investigation into a serious runway incursion incident that happened on January 9, 2009 at Rome Fiumicino Airport. Thai Airways International Boeing 747-400 HS-TGZ (Flight TG945 to Bangkok) was taxiing to runway 16R for departure. It crossed runway 07 threshold just as an Airbus A319 […]

AAIB: final report on A319 electrical failure incident

16 January 2008

The AAIB released their investigation report into the October 2005 incident to an Airbus A319-131. As the aircraft climbed to FL200 in night VMC with autopilot and autothrust engaged, there was a major electrical failure. This resulted in the loss or degradation of a number of important aircraft systems. The crew reported that both the […]

Upset injures about eleven on Air Canada flight

10 January 2008

Air Canada Flight AC190, en route to Toronto (YYZ) from Victoria (YYJ), made an emergency landing at Calgary (YYC). The Airbus A319 (C-GBHZ) had suffered an in-flight upset at about FL350, inuring about eleven. The cause is not yet known. The pilot reported to the passengers that they had experienced control problems. The aircraft, with […]

AAIB issues Special Bulletin on Airbus 319 generator problems

13 December 2006

An easyJet Airbus A.319 (G-EZAC) was dispatched under the provisions of the operator`s MEL with the APU generator on line, substituting for the No 1 main generator which had been selected off after a fault on the previous flight had caused it to trip off line. During the cruise, the APU generator disconnected from the […]