Jetstar Airbus A320 did not have its landing gear down during one of two aborted attempts to land, an ATSB investigation has found.
The ATSB has called on AirAsia Indonesia to review its pre-flight briefing and safety information card in its final report on a 2017 incident.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has called on the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to make further improvements to regulations covering air displays in response to a fatal crash in Perth in 2017.
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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has called for upper torso restraints (UTR) to be fitted to all light aircraft in response to the crash of a Cessna C172M that left one passenger dead.
The ATSB has released its final report into a 2018 incident when a Virgin Australia Regional Airlines Airbus A320 took off with parts of its landing gear ground locks still attached.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released its final report into a 2017 incident when a Jetstar Airbus A320 was returned to service with one engine’s thrust reverser deactivated because a pin was not removed during overnight maintenance.
Chief commissioner Greg Hood says the ATSB is entering its third decade well placed to meet the challenges from the changing face of transport.
The ATSB has released its final report into a November 8 2018 incident where a pilot fell asleep at the controls and overshot his intended destination.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has issued a safety advisory calling on operators to check whether their aircraft are approved for intentional spins.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has renewed calls for centreline lighting to be installed on wider than usual runways.
Airbus is updating the flight warning system on its A320 platform following a 2015 incident on a Virgin Australia Regional Airlines flight, the ATSB says.
The Australian Transport Safety Board is helping the Japan Transport Safety Board investigate a loss of engine power on a Jetstar Boeing 787-8 near Osaka.
A Jetstar Airbus A320 took off with its engines’ reverse thrust unintentionally left deactivated during a maintenance check, an ATSB report says.
The ATSB is calling for modifications to the Pratt & Whitney PW4000-100 series engine used on the Airbus A330 to be made mandatory.
A Tigerair Australia Boeing 737-800 took off unpressurised after pilots incorrectly configured the cabin’s air conditioning system prior to takeoff, an investigation has found.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has released its final report into a 2017 crash into a SOCATA TB-10 Tobago operating an Angel Flight charity flight.
The ATSB has recommended EASA and ATR improve the ATR’s system design tolerance to inadvertent dual control inputs in response to a Virgin incident in 2014.
A Cessna 172M ran out of fuel and made a forced landing into scrubland because the pilot hadn’t realised new wings had reduced fuel capacity, the ATSB says.
Qantas has retrained its pilots for some stall recovery techniques following a “stick shaker” incident in 2017, the ATSB says.