Air Tahiti – ATR ATR72-212A (F-OIQU)

Air Tahiti – ATR ATR72-212A (F-OIQU)

Air Tahiti F-OIQU airplane was on initial climb at a speed of about 170 kt, the captain noticed that the slip indicator ball had travelled to the extreme right. He used the rudder trim as far as the stop to reduce the load on the rudder. He managed to move the ball...

JET 2 – BOEING B737-33A (G-CELC)

JET 2 – BOEING B737-33A (G-CELC)

The fight crew of JET 2 flight G-CELC were carrying out an ILS approach to Chambery Airport, in IMC, with the autopilot engaged and the LOC (localiser) and VS (vertical speed) modes selected. The crew reported that they had observed some anomalies with the ILS and DME...

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