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Nov 12, 2010

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The flight path of QF32 in the two hours before it landed back at Changi
The flight path of QF32 in the two hours before it landed back at Changi

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has put its activity log on the Qantas QF32 incident on the web in advance of a preliminary factual report due by December 3.

It makes this a case study of how a large multi-agency air accident investigation proceeds.

A portion of the recovered turbine disc from Batam Island
A portion of the recovered turbine disc from Batam Island
Ben Sandilands — Editor of Plane Talking

Ben Sandilands

Editor of Plane Talking

Ben Sandilands has reported and analysed the mechanical mobility of humanity since late 1960 - the end of the age of great scheduled ocean liners and coastal steamers and the start of the jet age. He’s worked in newspapers, radio and TV in a wide range of roles as a journalist at home and abroad for 56 years, the last 18 freelance.

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