Event Details

Title:Electrical/instrumentation failure, BAe 146-200, G-JEAY, April 13, 2006
Micro summary:An electrical fault caused multiple instrumentation problems on this BAe 146.
Event Time:2006-04-13 at 0640 UTC
File Name:2006-04-13-UK.pdf
Publishing Agency:Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (AAIB)
Publishing Country:United Kingdom
Report number:EW/G2006/04/19
Site of event:Shortly after departure from Southampton
Departure:Southampton Airport, Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Airplane Type(s):BAe 146-200
Flight Phase:Climb
Operator(s):Flybe - British European
Type of flight:Revenue
Serious Injuries:Unknown
Other Injuries:Unknown
Executive Summary:Shortly after takeoff, a fault in the power supply to a ‘vertical gyro’ caused instrument malfunctions and an electrical burning smell throughout the aircraft. A PAN was declared and the aircraft returned to Southampton where an uneventful landing was made.
Learning Keywords:Systems - Electrical
Systems - Flight Instruments
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