2 edition of Aircraft accident report found in the catalog.
Aircraft accident report
United States. National Transportation Safety Board.
1980 by National Transportation Safety Board, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Butler Aircraft, Inc., Douglas DC-7, N4SW, Klamath Falls, Oregon, September 14, 1979.|
|Series||Report - National Transportation Safety Board ; no. NTSB-AAR-80-9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
The left hand was extensively mutilated, with multiple skin lacerations and absence of the distal portion of all fingers. Both percentages are well beyond the reach of the extended deicing boots installed in compliance with the FAA ADs. From deep within the left leg, five small items were removed. After this descent the pilots were ordered to enter another hold.
The collapsed floor severed the control cables, which left the pilots without control of the elevators, the rudder and No. Extensive mutilation and fragmentation of muscle tissue manifested by tears in a longitudinal direction with the loss of much skin. In view of the relatively stable upper air conditions over the area, no significant turbulence would have existed at 18, feet nor was any reported. All 29 passengers and the crew of five were killed. Upon disassembly and inspection, however, no evidence was found of internal failure, operating distress, or other malfunction. Forthe reports are located under "Accidents.
He stated that he observed the airport on the initial pass over the field and that the aircraft was then turned right, and when it came around the second time it was descending. Attached to the longer piece was a piece of a woman's hat veil 8 by 2 cm. Investigation showed that the secondary or standby means of directional information which was available to the captain was an air-driven directional gyro. All passengers and 16 crew, and 11 people on the ground all residents of Sherwood Crescent, Lockerbiedied,   making it the worst terrorist attack involving an aircraft in the UK and the deadliest terrorist attack on British soil.
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The surrounding tissue was relatively free of foreign matter. The gyro was caged to preclude gyro tilt and measurements of indicated heading were made on a test stand at degree intervals from 0 to degrees. No reference is made in this report concerning the placing of the dynamite aboard the aircraft or of the person or persons responsible for its detonation.
The Nos. After this descent the pilots were ordered to enter another hold. As a result, new requirements were developed to prevent future fuel tank explosions in aircraft.
They were recovered, severely impact damaged, from water-filled craters approximately 1, feet from the forward and aft sections of the fuselage and in the opposite direction from the locations of powerplants Nos.
Examination of the fuel drain valves, fuel selectors, and crossfeed valves showed no leakage or other malfunction except for impact damage. These recommendations often spur action from organizations such as the FAA, preventing future accidents and ultimately, saving lives.
The left landing gear was badly burned by the ground fire, but was found in a position about two-thirds retracted. The crew were all Malaysians, while the passengers were of various nationalities, most from the Netherlands.
Analysis The Aircraft The examination of the aircraft wreckage disclosed no evidence of any malfunction or failure of the aircraft, its powerplants, propellers, or systems prior to the detonation of dynamite in the passenger cabin. This is also verified by the subsequent finding of a number of these missing parts which had washed up along the beach.
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In addition to the two flight tests performed in the Martin aircraft, similar tests were conducted in a DC-3 aircraft which had similar fluxgate compass equipment installed and tests were also conducted with Similar type equipment installed in a Helmholtz test stand.
The Crew Captain Thomas R. It was determined that the crash, which killed all passengers and 19 crewmembers aboard the plane, was caused by improper repairs to the aircraft 22 years earlier when the aircraft encountered a tailstrike.
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This low frequency range approach utilizes a low frequency radio beacon kc. This flash advisory was not furnished to the crew of Flighthowever, the crew was given the current weather at Williamsport at and again at from the Williamsport radio communicator. Contributing factors in the crash were fatigue and errors by the flight crew, inadequate flight crew training, and a modification of the airport's altitude warning system that prevented it from detecting aircraft below a minimum safe altitude.
This broke hydraulic lines, causing leading edge lift devices to retract on that side of the aircraft and resulted in asymmetrical lift and loss of control.
The episode incorrectly gives the number of victims killed on the flight as His suitcase containing the bomb was loaded onto the plane, however. Microscopic examination of the fractures of the fingers of the right hand showed splinters of bone in random directions to the main shaft.
Of this tune NTSB aircraft accident reports are used widely in the aviation industry. The reports are thorough, and the NTSB does its best to include the entire story from an impartial viewpoint. The NTSB also makes safety recommendations in each report to various parties, such as the FAA, aircraft manufacturers, airlines and air traffic controllers.
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