Event Details

Title:ILS interference with autoland, Boeing 757-3CQ, G-JMAA
Micro summary:This Boeing 757-3CQ rolled significantly when being landed on autoland, due to ILS interference from a departing airplane.
Event Time:2004-11-23 at 1928 UTC
File Name:2004-11-23-UK.pdf
Publishing Agency:Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (AAIB)
Publishing Country:United Kingdom
Report number:EW/C2004/11/05
Site of event:Approach to Manchester
Departure:Antalya Airport, Antalya, Turkey
Destination:Birmingham International Airport, West Midlands, England
Airplane Type(s):Boeing 757-3CQ
Flight Phase:Landing
Operator(s):Thomas Cook Airlines
Type of flight:Revenue
Serious Injuries:0
Other Injuries:0
Executive Summary:
Learning Keywords:Operations - Upset - Uncommanded or excessive Roll
Systems - Autopilot/Autothrottle
Close match:In-flight upset, China Airlines, Boeing 747 SP, N4522V, 300 Nautical Miles Northwest Of San Francisco, California, February 19, 1985
Uncommanded roll to the left, Boeing 737-3B7, July 18, 1995
Uncommanded roll and yaw, Douglas DC-9-34, April 30, 1998
Roll to the right during descent, Boeing 737-3B7, August 25, 1995


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