Recommendations

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Closed Date

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Number Recommendation Status Made Closed Recipient Inquiry
067/90 Aviation Ensure that the pilot who will do the landing takes over in sufficient time to accustom himself to the prevailing conditions. Closed Ansett NZ AO-1990-045T
055/90 Aviation The procedure for the issue of Landing Ground Authorisations by Air Transport Division staff be reviewed to ensure that the persons to whom this task… Closed ATD MoT AO-1989-032
058/90 Aviation He review whether the standards for air transport operations from ALG's where a missed approach could not be performed safely from the runway… Closed ATD MoT AO-1989-032
061/90 Aviation Research the most appropriate location for the sensors for a system of remote reading anemometer to provide an accurate comparison of wind conditions… Closed Airways Corp AO-1990-045T
064/90 Aviation Review the appropriateness of the company operations manual landing procedure which requires a deviation from the PAPI glide path indication to… Closed ATD MoT AO-1990-045T
068/90 Aviation Ensure that the pilot not flying has a responsibility during any approach to land to monitor the aircraft's speed, height, distance to go and… Closed Ansett NZ AO-1990-045T
050a/90 Aviation He foster courses in formation flying conducted by pilots experienced in formation flying, from the RNZAF or elsewhere. Closed ATD MoT AO-1989-063
039/90 Aviation Consider introducing a procedure whereby the ground-crew check with the pilot that a glider's airbrakes are locked prior to attaching the cable. Closed NZ Gliding Assn. AO-1990-049
046/90 Aviation Promulgate as soon as practicable, by NOTAM or otherwise, a warning to pilots that the information on approach plates, which relates to spot heights… Closed MNZ AO-1989-053
049a/90 Aviation He require the RNZAC rules for formation flying to be reviewed by an independent panel of pilots familiar with formation flying. Closed ATD MoT AO-1989-063

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