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Radar data confirmed that the pilot of the Warrior departed Jandakot via the relevant tracking points, but remained at 1,500 ft and tracked towards the coast. That tracked the aircraft towards an aerodrome approach point, at the same altitude as used by inbound aircraft.

The investigation concluded that if the Warrior pilot had, as recommended in the En Route Supplement Australia, climbed above 1,500 ft when clear of the Jandakot control zone, a conflict with inbound aircraft would have been less likely to occur.

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