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22 September 2022 — News story
A Bombardier Challenger 604 (D-AAAY) was in the climb after departing Farnborough Airport when it had an uncommanded flap extension, above the maximum flaps-extended speed.
8 September 2022 — Independent report
The AAIB Bulletin is a compilation of AAIB reports and is published on the second Thursday of the month.
On landing at John A. Osborne Airport in Monserrat, a Britten Norman 2B-26 (J8-VBI) veered off the right side of the runway, 29 September 2021.
Fatal accident involving an Escapade light aircraft (G-CGNV) at Breighton Airfield, Selby, North Yorkshire, 14 November 2021.
14 June 2022 — News story
The AAIB Annual Safety Review 2021 has been published. It includes information on occurrences and the safety action taken or planned in response to AAIB investigations concluded in 2021.
28 June 2022 — News story
On 28 June 1922 the first regulations were issued in the UK to formalise the investigation of aircraft accidents. One hundred years on many of the original principles remain today.
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The Air Accidents Investigation Branch investigates civil aircraft accidents and serious incidents within the UK, its overseas territories and crown dependencies.
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