The BEA has published the final safety investigation report concerning the safety investigation of the accident to an Airbus A380 overhead Greenland on 30-9-2017.
On approach to EKEL runway 29, the pilot was blinded by the sun and landed short of the runway.
On final approach, the glider collided with a shelterbelt in front of the landing threshold.
During landing in the field, the ballon came into the air several times and ended up in a tree.
During an aerotowed takeoff, the glider hit the ground hard.
Loss of directional control during the take-off roll led to a runway excursion and a landing gear collapse in the runway safety zone.
On final approach for runway 10R, deviations from standard operating procedures led to aircraft collision with the localizer antenna mast system for runway 28L.
Following an aborted take-off the pilot attempted to bring the glider back for landing at the runway. During the final turn towards the runway, the left wing stalled, and the glider entered a spin fro ...
After disconnecting from the tow aircraft, the pilot deployed the speed brakes and felt the curtains close (disillusioned). The glider crashed approximately 240 m short of Gørløse (EKGL) runway 28 thr ...
On approach to Vamdrup (EKVD), two aircraft flew on conflicting opposite tracks at approximately same altitude leading to a risk of collision.