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19 September 2019

Boeing 787-9 went around at Melbourne after ATC noticed landing gear was not down

19 September 2019

Vietnam Airlines flight VN781 had to go around at Melbourne after ATC noticed the landing gear was not extended on approach to land

Report: Pitch-up illusion on approach causes A319 crew to descend below Minimum Safe Altitude

25 November 2017

The ATSB reported that in a 2015 incident involving an Airbus A319, the crew had a pitch-up illusion on approach to Melbourne, causing the pilot to descend below Minimum Safe Altitude.

Report: Large sidestick input causes Airbus A320 tailstrike on takeoff, Melbourne, Australia

4 September 2017

The ATSB published the final report on a serious incident involving a Airbus A320 tailstrike on takeoff, Melbourne, Australia.

Report: Airbus A330 engine failure on takeoff from Melbourne, Australia, May 2014

1 June 2017

The ATSB published their investigation report regarding the Airbus A330 engine failure incident on takeoff from Melbourne, Australia, May 2014.

Report: Airbus A330 hard landing accident following unstable approach, Melbourne

5 April 2017

A Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330 suffered a hard landing accident at Melbourne, Australia following an unstable approach, according to an ATSB report.

Lapse in ATC coordination causes loss of separation incident near Melbourne, Australia

9 March 2017

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released its investigation report into the loss of separation involving two Boeing 737 aircraft and a helicopter near Essendon Airport.

ATSB releases report on mishandled go-around at Melbourne

5 March 2010

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) released the final report AO-2007-044 of their investigation into a serious incident during a go around involving an Airbus A320 at Melbourne, Australia. On July 21, 2007 an Airbus A320-232 aircraft was being operated on a scheduled international passenger service for Jetstar between Christchurch, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia. […]