The Aviation Short Investigation Bulletin covers a range of the ATSB’s short investigations and highlights valuable safety lessons for pilots, operators and safety managers.
Released periodically, the Bulletin provides a summary of the less-complex factual investigation reports conducted by the ATSB. The results, based on information supplied by organisations or individuals involved in the occurrence, detail the facts behind the event, as well as any safety actions undertaken. The Bulletin also highlights important Safety Messages for the broader aviation community, drawing on earlier ATSB investigations and research.
Issue 56 of the Bulletin features ten safety investigations:
- Engine malfunction and in-flight shutdown involving Boeing 777, A6-EGA
- Take-offs without runway lighting involving Embraer ERJ-135, VH-JTG
- Synthetic vision display error involving Pilatus PC-12, VH-OWA
- Severe turbulence involving Bombardier DHC-8, VH-LQM
- Wheels up landing involving Cessna 210, VH-UPN
- Engine failure and collision with terrain involving Ryan Aeronautical Company STA-SPL, VH-SQD
- Taxiing collision involving Boeing 717, VH-NXN, and Fokker 100, VH-NHF
- Aircraft separation issues involving Embraer ERJ 190, VH-ZPJ, and GippsAero GA-8, VH-XGA
- Near collision involving Cessna 172S, VH-USL, and parachutists
Remotely Piloted Aircraft
|Type:||Aviation Short Investigation Bulletin|
|Publication date:||17 January 2017|