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Air accident monthly bulletin November 2016

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AAIB Bulletin 11/2016

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November Bulletin 11/2016

AAIB Field Investigations

A field investigation is an independent investigation in which AAIB investigators collect, record and analyse evidence.

The process may include, attending the scene of the accident or serious incident; interviewing witnesses; reviewing documents, procedures and practices; examining aircraft wreckage or components; and analysing recorded data.

The investigation, which can take a number of months to complete, will conclude with a published report.

General Aviation - Fixed wing

General Aviation – Rotorcraft

Sport Aviation / Balloons

AAIB Correspondence Investigations

These are reports on accidents and incidents which were not subject to a Field Investigation.

They are wholly, or largely, based on information provided by the aircraft commander in an Aircraft Accident Report Form (AARF) and in some cases additional information from other sources.

The accuracy of the information provided cannot be assured.

Commercial Air Transport

General Aviation

Sport Aviation / Balloons

Miscellaneous

This section contains Addenda, Corrections and a list of the ten most recent Air Accident reports published by the AAIB. * Correction - Saab-Scania SF340B (G-LGNL), runway excursion during takeoff, Stornoway Airport, 2 January 2015 * Correction - DH82A Tiger Moth (G-AMCK), badly damaged in a forced landing in a field near Sidmouth, Devon on 13 May 2016

Published 10 November 2016
Last updated 10 November 2016 + show all updates
  1. Individual reports featured in the November Bulletin are now available to view.
  2. First published.