NTSB: Cessna Caravan stalled during go-around in Bethel, Alaska, accident

NTSB: Cessna Caravan stalled during go-around in Bethel, Alaska, accident

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Fatal Cessna 208 Caravan float plane accident at Addenbroke Island, Canada

Fatal Cessna 208 Caravan float plane accident at Addenbroke Island, Canada

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CASA Australia and EASA lift grounding of GA-8 Airvan

CASA Australia and EASA lift grounding of GA-8 Airvan

Australian and European regulators decided to lift the grounding of the GA8 Airvan.

The grounding came into effect on July 20, following a fatal accident on 14 July 2019, when a GA8 Airvan skydiving plane crashed in Sweden. At 4000 meters altitude, the aircraft suffered a separation of a wing.

Since the emergency AD was issued, CASA Australia informed EASA that the results of the physical inspection of the accident aircraft indicate that it appears to have been exposed to aerodynamic loads beyond those for which the type design is certificated.

No evidence was found to indicate that an unsafe condition exists or could develop that would warrant further grounding.

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Nosegear wheels of Air Peace Boeing 737-300 break away in landing accident at Lagos Airport, Nigeria

Nosegear wheels of Air Peace Boeing 737-300 break away in landing accident at Lagos Airport, Nigeria

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PIA ATR 42-500 suffers runway excursion after landing at Gilgit, Pakistan

PIA ATR 42-500 suffers runway excursion after landing at Gilgit, Pakistan

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CASA Australia and EASA ground GA-8 Airvan following a recent accident in Sweden

CASA Australia and EASA ground GA-8 Airvan following a recent accident in Sweden

Australian and European regulators decided to ground the GA8 Airvan following a recent accident.

On 14 July 2019, a fatal accident occurred with a GA8 Airvan skydiving plane in Sweden. Indications are that the aircraft, at 4000 meters altitude, suffered structural failure. Early reports are that a wing may have detached prior to the accident, but, at this time, the root cause of the accident cannot be confirmed.
CASA Australia, the authority of the State of Design of the affected type design, has informed EASA that a Direction will be issued, which provides for the temporary prohibition of operations of the GA8 Airvan in Australia. The Direction will take effect on 20 July 2019 and will be valid for 15 days. Based on all available information, and taking into account the Australian Direction, EASA has
decided to ground the affected aeroplanes registered in EASA Member States, until further notice.
The emergency AD 2019-0177-E is considered an interim action and further AD action may follow.

File photo of a GA8 Airvan (c) H. Ranter

 

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Report: Air Niugini flight 73 hit water after unstabilized approach, crew ignored EGPWS warnings

Report: Air Niugini flight 73 hit water after unstabilized approach, crew ignored EGPWS warnings

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Pilot survives Cessna 550 Citation II accident at Mesquite, Nevada, USA

Pilot survives Cessna 550 Citation II accident at Mesquite, Nevada, USA

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Vistara Airbus A320neo in low fuel emergency landing at Lucknow, India

Vistara Airbus A320neo in low fuel emergency landing at Lucknow, India

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Report: Slow rotation technique caused abnormally long takeoff roll of A340-300 at Bogota

Report: Slow rotation technique caused abnormally long takeoff roll of A340-300 at Bogota

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