Aviation safety investigations & reports

Boeing Co 767-338ER, VH-OGN

Investigation number:
Status: Completed
Investigation completed


The Australian Transport Safety Bureau did not conduct an on scene investigation of this occurrence. The information presented below was obtained from information supplied to the Bureau.

The Boeing 767-338ER aircraft, registered VH-OGN, was conducting an international passenger flight from Jakarta to Sydney, with two pilots on board. During cruise, the first officer became incapacitated, reporting stomach cramps, sweating and nausea. The first officer was relieved of duty and the flight continued to destination with the captain at the controls. After landing, the first officer was diagnosed with a possible gastric virus. He recovered fully within 24 hours and has resumed flying duties.

General details
Date: 09 June 2004   Investigation status: Completed  
Time: 2125 hours UTC    
Location   (show map): Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta, Aero.    
State: International   Occurrence type: Flight crew incapacitation  
Release date: 30 June 2004   Occurrence category: Serious Incident  
Report status: Final   Highest injury level: Minor  

Aircraft details

Aircraft details
Aircraft manufacturer The Boeing Company  
Aircraft model 767  
Aircraft registration VH-OGN  
Serial number 25576  
Type of operation Air Transport High Capacity  
Damage to aircraft Nil  
Departure point Jakarta, Indonesia  
Destination Sydney, NSW  
Last update 13 May 2014