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The Air Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) of Mongolia is investigating a runway excursion that occurred at Oyut Domestic Airport, Mongolia on 30 March 2012 and involved a Fokker 50 aircraft, operating as Aero Mongolia Airlines flight Ju 8257. The aircraft exited to the right of the runway and its nosewheel and propeller struck a frangible, stake-mounted runway edge light as the pilot manoeuvred the aircraft back onto the runway. The aircraft was substantially damaged and there were no injuries to passengers or crew.

The investigation is being carried out in accordance Mongolia's obligations as the State of Occurrence under Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation. On 11 May 2012, the AAIB requested Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) assistance by providing investigator support to obtain relevant technical information and verify the correct lighting installation. In accordance with paragraph 5.23 of Annex 13, the ATSB appointed an Accredited Representative to assist the AAIB. To facilitate this support, the ATSB commenced an investigation under the Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003. The ATSB coordinated with the Australian aerodrome lighting manufacturer for technical information and diagrams, which were provided to the AAIB.

The AAIB of Mongolia is responsible for releasing the final investigation report on this occurrence. Any enquiries in respect of the AAIB investigation and report should, in the first instance, be directed to the:

Air Accident Investigation Bureau

Ministry of Road, Transportation, Construction and Urban Development of Mongolia
Chinggis Khaan International Airport
Ulaanbaatar 34 Mongolia

Telephone: +976 9595 3339
E-mail: aaib@aaib.gov.mn

 

 

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Released in accordance with section 25 of the Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003.

 
General details
Date: 30 March 2012 Investigation status: Completed 
 Investigation type: External Investigation 
Location   (show map):Oyut Airport, Mongolia Occurrence type:Runway excursion 
State: International Occurrence class: Infrastructure 
Release date: 06 August 2012 Occurrence category: Incident 
Report status: Final Highest injury level: None 
 
 
 
 
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Last update 23 January 2017