Independent report

Air accidents investigation Special Bulletins: The ten most recently published

Published 2 March 2015

Special Bulletins are reports published during an accident or serious incident investigation to highlight the initial facts and where appropriate make urgent Safety Recommendations. The following are the 10 most recently published Special Bulletins:

AAIB Special Bulletin S1/2017: Sikorsky S-92A, G-WNSR, loss of yaw control on landing at West Franklin Platform, North Sea, 28 December 2016

Special Bulletin S1/2016: Hawker Hunter T7, (G-BXFI), crashed onto public road during air display, near Shoreham Airport, 22 August 2015 – investigation update

Special Bulletin S4/2015: Hawker Hunter T7, (G-BXFI), crashed onto public road during air display, near Shoreham Airport, 22 August 2015 - investigation update

Special Bulletin S3/2015: Hawker Hunter T7, (G-BXFI), crashed onto public road during air display, near Shoreham Airport, 22 August 2015

Special Bulletin S2/2015: Phenom 300, (HZ-IBN), runway overrun and collision during landing, Blackbushe Airport, 31 July 2015

Special Bulletin S1/2015: Saab 2000 (G-LGNO), loss of control in flight, near Sumburgh Airport, 15 December 2014

Special Bulletin S5/2014: BAE Systems Jetstream 31 (G-GAVA), landing gear failure after landing at Doncaster Sheffield Airport, 15 August 2014

Special Bulletin S4/2014: Boeing 787-8 (ET-AOP), ground fire at London Heathrow Airport, 12 July 2013

Special Bulletin S3/2014: Agusta AW139 (G-LBAL), nose-down impact after takeoff near Gillingham Hall, Norfolk, 13 March 2014

Special Bulletin S2/2014: Eurocopter EC135 T2+ (G-SPAO), demolished the roof of a building in Glasgow City Centre, 29 November 2013 - investigation update

Special Bulletins published prior to the above can be found using the search AAIB reports page.

These reports contain facts which have been determined up to the time of publication. This information is published to inform the aviation industry and the public of the general circumstances of accidents and serious incidents. Extracts can be published without specific permission providing the source is duly acknowledged.

Unless otherwise indicated, recommendations in these reports are addressed to the regulatory authorities of the State having responsibility for the matters with which the recommendation is concerned. It is for those authorities to decide what action is taken. In the United Kingdom the responsible authority is

Civil Aviation Authority,
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