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Dutch Safety Board publishes findings of Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport safety investigation
9 April 2017

Dutch Safety Board publishes findings of Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport safety investigation

9 April 2017

The Dutch Safety Board published it’s findings of a safety investigation of Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands.

Report: Serious runway confusion incident at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport

21 December 2011

The Dutch Safety Board published the final report of their investigation into a serious runway confusion incident at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport involving a Boeing 737-300. On February 10, 2010 KLM flight KL1369 was cleared for takeoff on runway 36C at Amsterdam-Schiphol International Airport (AMS/EHAM). Instead, the crew took off from the parallel taxiway B. At the time […]

Report: runway confusion, poor stop bar visibility causes of serious runway incursion incident

15 October 2010

The Dutch Safety Board released the final report of a serious runway incursion incident at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands on July 24, 2004. Two Boeing 747-400 aircraft were being towed at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport. PH-CKC was planning to cross runway 04-22. The other, PH-BFU was planning to cross runway 24 at the same time. The assistant […]

Report: Turkish Airlines B737-800 Schiphol accident report released

6 May 2010

The Dutch Safety Board released its final report regarding their investigation into the fatal accident involving a Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-800 near Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport. The Dutch Safety Board has reached the following main conclusion: During the accident flight, while executing the approach by means of the instrument landing system with the right autopilot engaged, the […]

Thirteen years on invalid licence – Swedish pilot arrested

3 March 2010

A Swedish pilot has been arrested by Dutch police at Amsterdam-Schiphol International Airport (AMS/EHAM) for flying commercial aircraft for 13 years with a fake licence. The 41-year-old pilot was about to fly a Corendon Airlines Boeing 737 from Amsterdam, the Netherlands to Ankara-Esenboga Airport (ESB/LTAC), Turkey with 101 passengers on board when he was arrested. […]