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Overloading of the aircraft during passenger charters
The concern related to the overloading of the aircraft during charter operations.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 17 Mar 2016
Ref no.: AR201600034
The useability of the national aeronautical Information Processing System (NAIPS) flight planning module
The concern related to the useability of the NAIPS flight planning module on the Airservices Australia website.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 19 Feb 2016
Ref no.: AR201600020
System of maintenance being updated in a timely manner
The concern related to the system of maintenance and data not being updated in a timely manner.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 16 Feb 2016
Ref no.: AR201600021
Training received by at staff at the operators control centre
The concern related to the training received by staff at the operators ground control centre monitoring flight dispatch, crewing and customer recovery.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 10 Feb 2016
Ref no.: AR201600018
A remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) operating over populated areas
The concern related to a RPA operator who displayed footage of a RPA operating over a populated area on their website.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 2 Feb 2016
Ref no.: AR201600009
The iPad entertainment packs causing an unsafe protrusion on the seat back in the economy area of the cabin
The concern related to the exposed metal holder on the back of seats in the economy section of the aircraft, which could be a safety hazard in the event of an emergency landing.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 2 Feb 2016
Ref no.: AR201600011
Remotely Piloted Aircraft operating over residential areas
The concern related to a Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) being operated over a residential area.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 18 Jan 2016
Ref no.: AR201600001
Fatigue in the ground operations controller position
The concerns related to the experienced fatigue in the ground operations controller.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 11 Jan 2016
Ref no.: AR201600004
Call sign confusion between two aircraft operated by the same operator
The concern related to call sign confusion between two aircraft operated by the same operator.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 17 Dec 2015
Ref no.: AR201500114
The changes to the airport layout and taxiway markings
The concern related to the changes which have been made to the taxiway markings and the notification to users of the airport layout changes.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 15 Dec 2015
Ref no.: AR201500109
Fatigue experienced by short haul cabin crew
The concern related to the fatigue experience by short haul cabin crew.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 7 Dec 2015
Ref no.: AR201500107
Safety Brief when carrying an infant
The concern related to a passenger not receiving a safety brief in relation to an infant they were carrying.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 4 Dec 2015
Ref no.: AR201500105
Problems with the new stowage compartments for life jackets on the refurbished Airbus A330 fleet
The concern related to the passenger access to life jackets in the recently refurbished Airbus [type] fleet due to the design of the access pull-tab.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 18 Nov 2015
Ref no.: AR201500097
Cabin Crew fatigue
The concern related to the fatigue experienced by a cabin crewmember after six consecutive shifts
Mode: Aviation
Date: 18 Nov 2015
Ref no.: AR201500096
Visible corrosion on the aircraft
The concern related to visible corrosion on an aircraft used for sight-seeing tours.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 15 Nov 2015
Ref no.: AR201500098
Changing safety culture within the organisation
The concern related to the changing safety culture within the organisation.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 14 Nov 2015
Ref no.: AR201500094
Call sign confusion resulting from similar flight numbers
The concern related to the confusion caused by an operator using similar call signs for flights operating at similar times.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 5 Nov 2015
Ref no.: AR201500090
The use of independent visual approaches (IVAs) when windshear alerts are present
The concern related to the use by controllers of IVAs to separate aircraft on approach to Sydney when there are windshear conditions present.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 28 Oct 2015
Ref no.: AR201500088
The operator’s flight crew are required to travel back to their base after a simulator training session. This results in duty times extending to over 11.5 hours plus waiting time in some cases
The concern related a recent change in policy which now means the operator’s flight crew do not receive a rest night after a simulator ride. This means that flight crew based in Perth will often be on duty for a minimum of 11.5 hours plus any time they spend waiting at airports.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 23 Oct 2015
Ref no.: AR201400090
Seat belts on an aircraft belonging to a foreign airline not being correctly installed
The concern related to the seat belts, on an aircraft belonging to a foreign airline, not being correctly installed.
Mode: Aviation
Date: 19 Oct 2015
Ref no.: AR201500086
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