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Hong Kong CAD issues final report on A340 attempted taxiway takeoff
14 January 2012

Hong Kong CAD issues final report on A340 attempted taxiway takeoff

14 January 2012

The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department released the final investigation report into the serious incident involving an Airbus A340 that attempted to take off from a taxiway. The serious incident occurred on November 27, 2010. The incident flight involved a Finnair Airbus A340-313X which operated on flight AY070 from Hong Kong-Chek Lap Kok International Airport (HKG/VHHH) to Helsinki-Vantaa Airport […]

Report: Boeing 737-800 struck runway construction markers on takeoff at Paris-CDG

30 August 2011

The French Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses (BEA) released the final report of their investigation into a serious incident in which a Boeing 737-800 struck runway construction markers on takeoff from Paris-CDG, France. On August 17, 2008 at 00:57 local time, AMC Airlines Flight AMV6104 struck some provisional lights at the end  runway 27L at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. […]

Report: Canadair RJ uncommanded roll on takeoff in icing conditions

15 April 2011

AIBN Norway published the final report of their investigation into an serious incident involving a Cimber Air Denmark Canadair CRJ200LR Regional Jet, January 2008. During take-off, immediately after lift-off, the aircraft suddenly lost lift on the right wing. The wing dropped, sending the aircraft into an uncontrolled 40-degree bank. The stall protection system activated, and […]

Video: Russian Alrosa TU-154 takeoff from abandoned airstrip – repaired after crash-landing

24 March 2011

On September 7, 2010 and Alrosa Tupolev 154M operated on a flight from Polyarnyj Airport (PYJ), Russia to Moskva-Domodedovo Airport (DME). At an altitude of 10,600m in the region of town of Usinsk the Tu-154 lost all of its electrical systems including radio and navigation systems, flaps and fuel pumps. After emergency decent below cloud […]

Report: Poor CRM factor in cargo plane takeoff incident (India)

28 February 2011

Indian investigators concluded that inadequate CRM and a lack of assertion on the part of the first officer were factors in a takeoff incident at Mumbai Airport in June 2010. A Boeing 757 was lined up right of the centreline and k knocked down 15 runway edge lights during the takeoff before the captain was […]

Report: Fatigue stress caused Ilyushin 76 wheel failure

16 February 2011

On October 19th 2009, the pilot of an Ayk Avia IL-76TD, registered EK-76754, requested to return to the departure stand 56 at Sharjah International Airport after an aborted takeoff at runway 12 due to heavy vibration during the aircraft roll. The United Arab Emirates’ General Civil Aviation Authority investigated the incident and reported that heavy […]

Hong Kong CAD issues preliminary report on A340 attempted taxiway takeoff

23 December 2010

The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department released a preliminary investigation report into the serious incident involving an Airbus A340 that attempted to take off from a taxiway. The serious incident occurred on November 27, 2010. The incident flight involved a Finnair Airbus A340-313X which operated on flight AY070 from Hong Kong-Chek Lap Kok International Airport (HKG/VHHH) to Helsinki-Vantaa Airport […]

Report: Premature thrust during rolling takeoff caused runway B737 excursion

23 December 2010

According to a French investigation report, the runway excursion incident involving a Boeing 737 in August 2009 was caused by the premature application of thrust during a rolling takeoff. On August 29, 2009 an Air Algérie Boeing 737-8D6 departed the right side of runway 36L at Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport (LYS/LFLL), France during takeoff. It rolled for about 250 […]

Report: airline, airport and controller were factors in A320 taxiway takeoff at Oslo-Gardermoen

14 December 2010

An investigation report by the Accident Investigation Board Norway (AIBN) concluded that the airline, airport and controller were all factors in a serious incident at Oslo-Gardermoen Airport when an Aeroflot Airbus A320 took off from a taxiway. The serious incident occurred on 25 February 2010. Aeroflot flight number AFL212, an Airbus A320 aircraft, made a taxiing mistake and took off […]

Serious incident: Finnair A340 attempts takeoff from Hong Kong taxiway

3 December 2010

The  Accident Investigation Division of the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department, HKCAD has launched an investigation into a serious incident in which an A340 attempted to takeoff from a taxiway. The incident happened on November 26, 2010  as Finnair Flight 70 was cleared to takeoff at Hong Kong-Chek Lap Kok International Airport.  The tower controller noted […]