In an accident at Narita Airport Japan when a cargo aircraft came into contact with the runway during landing, the National Transportation Safety Board compiled an investigation report that the cause was raising the nose at a large angle without sufficient speed when trying to redo the landing.
In February, a rubbing-like mark measuring 2 centimeters wide and 747 meters long was found on the back of the fuselage of a Japan cargo aircraft that arrived at Narita Airport from Hong Kong.
The National Transportation Safety Board subsequently conducted an investigation and the report was compiled on the 31st.
This suggests that the aircraft was unstable when it touched down on the runway, so it raised the nose to try landing again, but raised the nose at a large angle without sufficient speed, which caused the rear of the aircraft to make contact with the runway.
It also said that when it first attempted landing, it had deviated from the course of the landing beyond the company's regulations, so it should have climbed again and re-landed before touching down on the runway.
The National Transportation Safety Board says companies need to take measures to prevent recurrence, such as ensuring pilots comply with regulations.