Our safety investigators look into the circumstances surrounding an accident on behalf of the Director of Civil Aviation.
The most important reason to do that is to learn any lessons the accident may have for the rest of the aviation community. It’s not to blame anyone, or make them liable for what happened.
|19/1307||Safety investigation brief - landing accident on Waitemata Harbour||01 Mar 2019||04 Jun 2019|
|18/1472||Safety investigation brief - microlight windscreen failure||29 Mar 2018||29 Mar 2019|
|18/1592||Safety investigation brief - Yakovlev Yak 3M ZK-YYY, collision with ground equipment, Warbirds Over Wanaka air show||31 Mar 2018||30 Jan 2019|
|18/64||Final report - ZK-LAT Cessna C172R, Hunua Ranges, Auckland||09 Jan 2018||20 Sep 2018|
|17/5304||Final report - ZK-IMZ Guimbal Cabri G2, Waikawa Beach||24 Aug 2017||07 Aug 2018|
|13/SIP/0002||Final factual report - Dangerous goods carried on civilian aircraft consigned by Royal New Zealand Air Force (includes previous interim report)||22 Aug 2009||18 Oct 2013|
|11/5227||Final report - ZK-HIG accident, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland||23 Nov 2011|
|00/2518||NZ60 Erroneous Glideslope Capture
Air New Zealand produced a 25-minute CRM training video that can be borrowed from our library.
|29 Jul 2000||30 Aug 2002|
|04/3712||ZK-HWP, blade failure, Interim Report||27 Nov 2004||16 Mar 2005|
|ZK-HWP, MPT Technical Report||27 Nov 2004||Feb 2005|