In the collision and flaming accident between Japan Airlines and Japan Coast Guard aircraft that occurred at Haneda Airport, the controller in charge said that he was not aware of the situation after instructing the Japan Coast Guard aircraft to run to the front of the runway, "I was not aware of it because there was an adjustment of another aircraft."

Since the approach to the runway was not noticed, the National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the detailed situation at that time.

On the 2nd of this month, a Japan Airlines passenger plane collided with a Japan Coast Guard aircraft on the runway immediately after landing at Haneda Airport and burst into flames, killing five Coast Guard officers and seriously injuring one.

On Japan Airlines, 5 passengers were injured or unwell and sought medical attention.

In this accident, it is believed that the aircraft of the Japan Coast Guard entered the runway by mistake, and the controller in charge told the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism that "there was an adjustment of another aircraft, so I was not aware of the movement after giving the instruction to run to the front of the runway."

According to an official from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the controller did not notice the approach to the runway, and there was no record of any abnormalities in the released communication records.

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the details of the situation at the time, including interviews with those involved.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will interview seven cabin crew members on May 5

According to the National Transportation Safety Board, Japan Airlines pilots and cabin attendants were interviewed on the 4th.

Takuya Fujiwara, an air accident investigator who conducted an interview at Haneda Airport, said in an interview after the investigation, "As the person closest to the scene of the accident, I asked the three pilots and two cabin attendants about the situation at that time.

On the 3th, they plan to interview seven flight attendants.

In addition, the National Transportation Safety Board has recovered flight data recorders and voice recorders from the Japan Coast Guard aircraft in its investigation.

The flight data recorder was recovered from the Japan Airlines airliner, but the voice recorder has not yet been found.

Japan Coast Guard aircraft aims to be removed within 5 days Removal of passenger planes is also scheduled to begin

According to the Japan Coast Guard, the removal of the Japan Coast Guard aircraft began on the evening of the 4th.

We are starting with the part where the Metropolitan Police Department's on-site inspection has been completed, and we are aiming to complete the removal within five days.

On the other hand, according to Japan Airlines, the removal of the passenger plane is scheduled to begin at 5:5 a.m. on the 8th.

The removal is expected to take several days, and we hope to complete the removal on the 7th.