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...
On Thursday 9 August 2007, the DHC6 aeroplane registered F-OIQI was scheduled to fly a public transport flight (QE 1121) between Moorea and Tahiti Faa’a with a pilot and 19 passengers on board. The flight, with an average duration of 7 minutes, is performed under VFR...
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