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[Tempatan] AirAsia:Wrong way plane flies to Melbourne instead of Malaysia after Pilot error

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Edited by dcruins at 7-9-2016 06:18 PM

Wow!!! penangan era fly-by-wire laaa kata kannnn......



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AirAsia pilot flies to Melbourne instead of Malaysia after navigation error

2016-09-07

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/sep/07/airasia-pilot-flies-melbourne-malaysia-navigation-error

http://www.kwiknews.my/news/airasia-pilot-flies-to-melbourne-instead-of-malaysia-after-navigation-error?utm_content=bufferc1e92&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

An AirAsia flight from Sydney to Malaysia ended up in Melbourne instead when the pilot entered the wrong coordinates into the internal navigation system, an air safety investigation has found.

The Airbus A330 was scheduled to leave Sydney international airport at 11.55am on 10 March 2015, and arrive in Kuala Lumpur just under nine hours later.

Instead, through a combination of data entry errors, crew ignoring unexplained chimes from the computer system, and bad weather in Sydney, it landed in Melbourne just after 2pm.

Melbourne airport is 722km southwest of Sydney. Kuala Lumpur is 6,611km northwest.

According to a report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) published on Wednesday, the problem occurred when faulty earmuffs prompted the captain and first officer to swap their usual pre-flight checks.

Ordinarily, the report said, the captain would conduct an external inspection of the plane while the first officer stayed in the cockpit and, among other tasks, completed the position initialisation and alignment procedures.

On this day, however, the captain’s ear protection was not available so he took over the cockpit tasks, which included entering their current coordinates, usually given as the coordinates of the departure gate, into the plane’s internal navigation system.

The report said that the captain manually copied the coordinates from a sign outside the cockpit window into the system, and that later analysis showed a “data entry error”.

Instead of entering the longitude as 151° 9.8’ east, or 15109.8 in the system, he incorrectly entered it as 15° 19.8’ east, or 01519.8.


“This resulted in a positional error in excess of 11,000km, which adversely affected the aircraft’s navigation systems and some alerting systems,” the ATSB said.

The report said the crew had “a number of opportunities to identify and correct the error” but did not notice it until they had become airborne and started to track in the wrong direction.

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 Author| Post time 7-9-2016 05:53 PM | Show all posts
Habis laaa pilot & co-pilot niii kena kow2 The Boss......
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Post time 7-9-2016 05:54 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Ini berita zaman jepun ke sis?
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AirAsia pilot flies to Melbourne instead of Malaysia after navigation error

Crew of Airbus A330 entered wrong coordinates for flight from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur and had to divert after error was noticed


The Malaysia-bound AirAsia plane was unable to return to Sydney so ended up in Melbourne.
Photograph: Xinhua News Agency/REX
Calla Wahlquist
@callapilla

Wednesday 7 September 2016 07.52 BST

An AirAsia flight from Sydney to Malaysia ended up in Melbourne instead when the pilot entered the wrong coordinates into the internal navigation system, an air safety investigation has found.

The Airbus A330 was scheduled to leave Sydney international airport at 11.55am on 10 March 2015, and arrive in Kuala Lumpur just under nine hours later.

Instead, through a combination of data entry errors, crew ignoring unexplained chimes from the computer system, and bad weather in Sydney, it landed in Melbourne just after 2pm.

Melbourne airport is 722km southwest of Sydney. Kuala Lumpur is 6,611km northwest.

According to a report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) published on Wednesday, the problem occurred when faulty earmuffs prompted the captain and first officer to swap their usual pre-flight checks.

Ordinarily, the report said, the captain would conduct an external inspection of the plane while the first officer stayed in the cockpit and, among other tasks, completed the position initialisation and alignment procedures.

On this day, however, the captain’s ear protection was not available so he took over the cockpit tasks, which included entering their current coordinates, usually given as the coordinates of the departure gate, into the plane’s internal navigation system.

The report said that the captain manually copied the coordinates from a sign outside the cockpit window into the system, and that later analysis showed a “data entry error”.

Instead of entering the longitude as 151° 9.8’ east, or 15109.8 in the system, he incorrectly entered it as 15° 19.8’ east, or 01519.8.

“This resulted in a positional error in excess of 11,000km, which adversely affected the aircraft’s navigation systems and some alerting systems,” the ATSB said.

The report said the crew had “a number of opportunities to identify and correct the error” but did not notice it until they had become airborne and started to track in the wrong direction.

Those opportunities included a flag or message that flashed up on the captain’s screen during crosscheck of the cockpit preparations, which the first officer later told ATSB investigators he had seen but not mentioned because it was “too quick to interpret”; and three separate chimes which, because they were not accompanied by a message from the computer, were ignored.

A fifth sign that something was wrong came in the form of an alert blaring: “TERRAIN! TERRAIN!” This was not ignored – both pilots said it had “startled” them. But, as that alert meant they were about to hit something and they could see the way ahead was clear, and as the busy runways at Sydney airport made the full response to such an alert “undesirable”, they pressed on.

However, when autopilot engaged at 410 feet, it tracked the plane left, toward the flight path of another runway.

Both the captain and the first officer tried to fix the system but “attempts to troubleshoot and rectify the problem resulted in further degradation of the navigation system, as well as to the aircraft’s flight guidance and flight control systems”, the ATSB said.

They requested to return to Sydney but told air traffic control they were were only capable of making a visual approach – that is, landing without the assistance of their navigation systems.

Air traffic control replied that since the weather and visibility had worsened in Sydney, they should instead head to Melbourne.

The plane spent three hours on the ground in Melbourne fixing the problem before departing for Kuala Lumpur, where it arrived at 10.20pm local time, six hours behind schedule.

The ATSB said “even experienced flight crew are not immune from data entry errors” and advised AirAsia to upgrade its flight systems to assist in preventing or detecting such errors in future.
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 Author| Post time 7-9-2016 05:55 PM | Show all posts
Modngengade replied at 7-9-2016 05:54 PM
Ini berita zaman jepun ke sis?

berita selepas siasatan.....
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Post time 7-9-2016 05:56 PM | Show all posts
10 March 2015?
back in time ke mcm mana ni?
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bob92 replied at 7-9-2016 05:56 PM
10 March 2015?
back in time ke mcm mana ni?

Ni memang berita lama, cuma ni update selepas siasatan keluar jerrr....
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 Author| Post time 7-9-2016 05:59 PM | Show all posts
conclusion nyerrr,

"The report said the crew had “a number of opportunities to identify and correct the error” but did not notice it until they had become airborne and started to track in the wrong direction."
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Post time 7-9-2016 06:04 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Cash untuk tony
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 Author| Post time 7-9-2016 06:11 PM | Show all posts
Edited by dcruins at 7-9-2016 06:13 PM

Hmmmm, bukan main lagi media Aussie cover report ni...




Wrong way plane flies to Melbourne instead of Malaysia after pilot error   
                    
        

Geoffrey Thomas -  The West Australian                                

on September 7, 2016, 10:25 am

https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/32555018/airasia-x-flies-to-melbourne-instead-of-malaysia-after-pilot-error/#page1



This morning the Australian Transport Safety Bureau issued its findings into the incident in March last year involving an AirAsia X Airbus A330, registered 9M-XXM operating from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The report said that on departure from runway 16R the aircraft was observed by air traffic control to enter the departure flight path of the parallel runway 16L.

Following advice from air traffic control, the flight crew identified a problem with the on-board navigation systems.

However, the report said that attempts to troubleshoot and rectify the problem resulted in further degradation of the navigation system, as well as to the aircraft’s flight guidance and flight control systems.

The crew then elected to discontinue the flight but were unable to return to Sydney as the weather had deteriorated in the Sydney area and the available systems limited the flight to approaches in visual conditions.

The aircraft was instead radar vectored to Melbourne, Victoria and the flight completed in visual conditions.
The ATSB said “it found that when setting up the aircraft’s flight management and guidance system, the captain inadvertently entered the wrong longitudinal position of the aircraft. This adversely affected the on-board navigation systems however, despite a number of opportunities to identify and correct the error, it was not noticed until after the aircraft became airborne and started tracking in the wrong direction.”

The ATSB also found that the aircraft was not fitted with an upgraded flight management system that would have prevented the data entry error via either automated initialisation or automatic correction of manual errors.
The ATSB noted that in response to this incident AirAsia X undertook safety action, including: the development of a training bulletin and package for its flight crews that emphasised the correct operation and alignment of the air data and inertial reference system​.

The serious incident is the third involving the AirAsia group in the last 18 months in Australian airspace.
On July 21 this year an AirAsia X A330 came within 152m of a Jetstar flight on the Gold Coast and on February 19 an Indonesia Air Asia A320 flew 300m too low on approach to Perth Airport at night.

In the Gold Coast incident it is alleged by industry sources the crew of the AirAsia X flight, which had just taken off, did not follow air traffic control instructions, bringing their A330 too close to a Jetstar flight coming into land.

The report on the Perth incident, where the A320 was flying just above its stalling speed, is due this year.

            


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Post time 7-9-2016 06:14 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Aduhaiiiii... menjawab la nanti kat board..
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Post time 7-9-2016 06:17 PM | Show all posts
Mujur cukup minyak.
Iolls pernah tgk dlm satu documentary,
Kes yg sama, salah masuk kod.
Dah berjam baru perasan.
Berpusing cari arah, nk mendarat tak jumpa tpt nk landing.
Akhirnya terhempas dlm hutan.
Almost half survived, beberapa org keluar cari bantuan.
Pilot jd hero sekejap, lepas tu dipersalahkan cuai.

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 Author| Post time 7-9-2016 06:18 PM | Show all posts
Ada yg kecoh2 dahhh di beberapa social media tentang report yg dah keluar ni, ada yg defend ada yg tembak peluru maki etc.....
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 Author| Post time 7-9-2016 06:20 PM | Show all posts
sarahmirza replied at 7-9-2016 06:17 PM
Mujur cukup minyak.
Iolls pernah tgk dlm satu documentary,
Kes yg sama, salah masuk kod.

Mujur laaa destination nyerrr yg tersalah tu jauh lebih dekat jarak nyerrr berbanding destination sebenar....scary!!
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Post time 7-9-2016 06:21 PM | Show all posts
dcruins replied at 7-9-2016 06:18 PM
Ada yg kecoh2 dahhh di beberapa social media tentang report yg dah keluar ni, ada yg defend ada yg t ...

..kira silly mistake lar kan ...
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Post time 7-9-2016 06:21 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
dcruins replied at 7-9-2016 09:55 AM
berita selepas siasatan.....

Oh thanks kaka
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 Author| Post time 7-9-2016 06:23 PM | Show all posts
pyropura replied at 7-9-2016 06:21 PM
..kira silly mistake lar kan ...

setuju....nasib laaa jarak destination yg tersilap tuuu lebih dekat.
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Post time 7-9-2016 06:25 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Cash buat tony kan? Berlagak xhengat dunia nak demand mcam2 ujong2 merepot jah
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Post time 7-9-2016 06:26 PM | Show all posts
dcruins replied at 7-9-2016 06:23 PM
setuju....nasib laaa jarak destination yg tersilap tuuu lebih dekat.

..earmuffs yang dikata not available tu, airline yang suplai kan?

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