Last year, when a small aircraft for training by the Japan Coast Guard tried to land at Kitakyushu Airport, due to a trouble that touched the runway, the National Transport Safety Commission landed even though the wind speed exceeded the standard at that time. We have compiled an investigation report that the supervisors and trainees lacked awareness of ensuring safety, such as trying to continue.

Last February, when a small aircraft for training at the Japan Coast Guard School tried to land at Kitakyushu Airport, the aircraft was not stable, so when I tried to land again, there was a problem with the fuselage touching the runway.



The crew was one trainee and no one was injured.



According to the investigation report compiled by the Japan Transport Safety Board, the aircraft's attitude became unstable due to being caught in eddy just before landing, so when it tried to climb rapidly to restart the landing, it touched the runway. It is estimated that.



In addition, even though he knew in advance that the wind speed at that time exceeded the safety standards set by the Japan Coast Guard School, he decided that there would be no problem from his experience so far and was trying to continue landing. He points out that instructors and trainees lacked awareness of ensuring safety.



In response to this trouble, the Japan Coast Guard School has taken measures to prevent recurrence, such as conducting a survey of wind speed before training with stricter standards and reviewing it to determine whether it can fly alone.

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