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When sight of a previously visible runway is lost... change the plan

22 May 2017

On 14 April 2015, a night RNAV(GNSS) approach to Hiroshima was continued below minima without the prescribed visual reference and subsequently touched down 325 metres before the runway after failing to transition to a go around initiated from a very low height. The aircraft sustained extensive damage and 28 of the 81 occupants sustained minor injuries. Read more here.

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