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ATSB releases final report on Jetstar A320 double go-around incident
Airlines

Jetstar Airbus A320 did not have its landing gear down during one of two aborted attempts to land, an ATSB investigation has found.

ATSB calls on Indonesia AirAsia to review safety briefing
Airlines

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.

ATSB calls on CASA to enhance tools and guidance for air displays
Air Crash Investigations

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.

ATSB safety recommendation on Pratt & Whitney A330 engine mods
Airlines

The ATSB is calling for modifications to the Pratt & Whitney PW4000-100 series engine used on the Airbus A330 to be made mandatory.

Part 2: Fatigue and the Pel Air Ditching
Editor's Picks

THE DITCHING OF AUSTRALIAN AVIATION GOVERNANCE PART 2 When was the last time you did something that, in hindsight, you thought was foolish, stupid, not consistent with your normal behaviour, and possibly something that made you feel a little embarrassed about afterwards? One of my experiences (a little over 20 years ago, but it only

ATSB releases final report on January 2017 Cessna C172M fatal accident
Air Crash Investigations

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.

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