Foreign Reports -Irish Registered / Operated Aircraft
Reports concerning Irish Registered and /or Operated Aircraft
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Sweden (SHK): Final Report RL 2013:02, Accident involving Aircraft EI-DLD at Goteborg/Save Airport, Vastra Gotaland county, Sweden on 8 May 2012.
France (BEA): Report on Accident to Air Contractors ATR72, registered EI-REJ at Charles De Gaulle Airport, Paris, France on 19 April 2011.
UK (AAIB): Bulletin 12/2012, EW/G2012/08/16, (Page 33): Accident to Samba XLA, EI-JIM, Chatteris Airfield, Cambridgeshire on 18 August 2012.
Germany (BFU): Interim Report BFU EX002-12: Serious Incident involving Boeing B737-800 Near Memmingen on 23 September 2012.
Sweden (SHK): Final report RL 2012:20e Serious incident involving the aircraft EI-DAD at Skavsta Airport, Södermanland county, on 25 April 2011.
Germany (BFU): Interim Report BFU FX003-12: Serious Incident involving Boeing B737-800 Near Lugano (Switzerland) on 4 April 2012.
UK (AAIB): Serious Incident to Piaggio P.180 Avanti II PH-DLN, Avro 146-RJ85 EI-RJW, Near London City Airport on 26 April 2012.
UK (AAIB): Serious Incident to B737-8AS, EI-ENT, on approach to London Gatwick Airport on 7 February 2012.
Spain (CIAIAC): Final Report on the Accident involving a Boeing 737-800, registration EI - DAX operated by Ryanair, at Girona airport on June 7th of 2010.
Spain (CIAIAC): Final Report on the incident involving a Boeing 737-800, registration EI-EKB operated by Ryanair and a Boeing 767-300 registration N366AA operated by American Airlines, at Barcelona airport on April 14th of 2011.
UK (AAIB): Report into Serious Incident involving ATR-72-202, EI-SLG near Edinburgh Airport, United Kingdom, on 15 March 2011.
Swedish Accident Investigation Board (SHK): Final report RL 2012:04e into incident involving a Boeing 737-800 Aircraft registered EI-DHG at Skavsta airport, Södermanlands county, Sweden on 11 July 2011.
Switzerland (BFU): Report into Serious Incident involving an Airbus A318-111, Reg: F-GUGK, & Boeing 737-8AS, Reg: EI-DHK, position 15 nms north of Zurich Airport, on 8 June 2009.
Portugal (GPIAA): Report into Incident involving an Airbus A320, Reg: EI-DEK, at NAVIX (Transition point from Lisbon to CTA to Sta. Maria OCA) on 4 April 2010.
UK (AAIB): Report into Accident involving an ATR 72-201, Reg: EI-REH, at Manchester Airport on 21 October 2009.
UK (AAIB): Report into Accident involving an Airbus A320-211 D-AIQA and Boeing 737-86N EI-DKD, at Manchester Airport, 5 August 2008.
Dutch (DSB): Report into Accident involving a Boeing 737-800, TC-JGE, at Amsterdam Schipol Airport on 25 February 2009.
Italy (ANSV): Report into Serious Incident to EI-DAV, Boeing 737-800 at Ciampino Airport Rome, on 7 September 2005
UK (AAIB): Report into incident to EI-KJC, Raytheon Hawker 800XP at London City Airport, 31 October 2006
UK (AAIB): Report into a serious incident to EI-SLD, ATR42-300 at Stansted Airport, London, 18 January 2007
Spain (CIAIAC): Report into incident to EI-DAC, Boeing 737-800 at Murcia, Spain, 15 April 2005
UK (AAIB): Report into incident to EI-CZO, BAe 146-200 at London City Airport, 20 February 2007.
UK (AAIB): Report into incident to EI-DIJ, Airbus A320, at Ballykelly, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, 29 Mar 2006.
UK (AAIB): Report into Incident of BAe HS 125 Series 700, EI-WJN, at Preswick Airport, Ayrshire, UK, 20 Sept 2005.
UK (AAIB): Report into accident of Eurocopter EC 120B, EI-IZO, at Swansea Airport, Westglamorgan, Wales. 7 November 2003.
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