A Jetstar Airbus A320 did not have its landing gear down during one of two aborted attempts to land, an ATSB investigation has found.
The ATSB has called on AirAsia Indonesia to review its pre-flight briefing and safety information card in its final report on a 2017 incident.
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The New Zealand TAIC has issued its final report into a Jetstar Airbus A320 that flew below a minimum safe altitude before landing at Christchurch in 2017.
A Jetstar Airbus A320 took off with its engines’ reverse thrust unintentionally left deactivated during a maintenance check, an ATSB report says.
Airbus is updating the flight warning system on its A320 platform following a 2015 incident on a Virgin Australia Regional Airlines flight, the ATSB says.