In February, a passenger plane of Japan Air Commuter, which was heading from Tajima Airport in Hyogo Prefecture to Osaka Airport, shook greatly in the sky, causing a serious injury to one passenger.

The Japan Transport Safety Board has decided to investigate the cause of the aviation accident.

According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and Japan Air Commuter, on February 15, 2326 flight operated by Japan Air Commuter, which was heading from Tajima Airport in Hyogo Prefecture to Osaka Airport, ATR42 aircraft, about 8 minutes after takeoff. At around 6:05 pm, the aircraft shook greatly while flying at an altitude of 2700 meters.



There were a total of 18 passengers on this passenger plane, including 15 passengers and 3 crew members, of which one passenger struck his hips hard.



Two days later, the passenger contacted me saying, "I banged my lower back during the flight and the pain continues." When I visited the hospital, I was diagnosed with a serious injury that broke my lower back.



The Japan Air Commuter reported to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism on the 5th of this month that it was judged to be injured during operation when it proceeded to check the weather conditions at that time.



At that time, this flight was expected to shake due to the influence of the weather, and the seatbelt sign was always lit.



The Japan Transport Safety Board has decided to investigate the cause of the aviation accident.

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