Learning from investigations

Whilst this in not necessarily Lancair specific, it is most certainly worth a read… (Click on the title below to access the article.)


Collision with terrain involving Vans RV-6, VH-ZMH, near Gatton, Queensland on 2 March 2014 – a report from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) 

“…Examination of the aircraft wreckage identified no mechanical issues or faults with the aircraft that may have contributed to the accident.”

With media coverage and comment, the General Aviation and the Experimental sectors suffer when accidents like this occur.

All pilots need to understand that the rules and regulations relating to pilot qualifications, ratings, endorsements and recency are more than just suggestions. Their purpose is for support, safety and survival. When incidents happen, we need to think of all the factors involved in an accident, and learn from even the most unfortunate outcomes.

There is most certainly a lesson in this investigation.

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