BIG RC BN-2B BRITTEN NORMAN ISLANDER SCALE MODEL AIRPLANE FLIGHT DEMON

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BIG RC BN-2B BRITTEN NORMAN ISLANDER SCALE MODEL AIRPLANE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATION

Model: BN-2B Britten Norman Islander Engine: ??? Wingspan: 3.00m Length: app. 2.00m Take-off weight: app. 15Kg Scale: ??? Pilot: ??? Event: Herzberg Germany The Papua New Guinea Accident Investigation Commission (AIC) was informed of an accident involving a Pilatus Britten Norman Turbine Islander BN-2T, on 13 April 2015. The accident occurred 1.2 km West of Kiunga Aerodrome, at 14:31 local time. An investigation was immediately commenced by the AIC and investigators deployed to Kiunga on 14 April 2016. This Final Report AIC 16-1002, dated 13 February 2017, was produced by the AIC, PO Box 1709, Boroko 111, NCD, Papua New Guinea, and is published on the AIC web site. http://www.aic.gov.pg The report is based upon the investigation carried out by the AIC, in accordance with Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, and the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Civil Aviation Act 2000 (as amended), and the AIC Policy and Procedures Manual. It contains factual information, analysis of that information, findings and contributing factors, other factors, recommendations, and safety actions. Readers are advised that in accordance with Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, it is not the purpose of an AIC aircraft accident investigation to apportion blame or liability. The sole objective of the investigation and the Final Report is the prevention of accidents and incidents. (Reference: ICAO Annex 13, Chapter 3, paragraph 3.1.) Consequently, AIC reports are confined to matters of safety significance and may be misleading if used for any other purpose. When the AIC makes recommendations as a result of its investigations or research, safety is its primary consideration. However, the AIC fully recognizes that the implementation of recommendations arising from its investigations will in some cases incur a cost to the industry. Readers should note that the information in AIC reports and recommendations is provided to promote aviation safety. In no case is it intended to imply blame or liability.

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