Introduction

The studies carried out by the BEA are an extension of the investigations. They cover a large spectrum and make an effective tool, particularly for:

 

  • analyzing a type of given occurrence (« fuel starvation » or « mid-air collisions » for example) ;
  • analyzing an identified recurring factor in recent events (« get-home-itis » or « GPS events » for example) ;
  • drawing up an inventory and report on a specific point (the performance of FDR's or the follow up of recommendations for example) ;
  • conducting a critical analysis of the investigation methods used.

This work draws on data recorded at the end of the investigations (by the BEA or its foreign counterparts), on the skills of the BEA’s experts, on joint efforts with research bodies or industrial groups (manufacturers, airlines), etc. 

The results of these studies may, should the need arise, lead the BEA to issue safety recommendations.

Wearing of personal protective masks

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Aeroplane State Awareness during Go-Around (ASAGA)

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Destabilisation on Landing

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Turbulence in Air Transport

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Use of Erroneous Parameters at Takeoff.

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Technical command on landing and self-knowledge. Analysis of runway excursions in 2006 in general aviation.

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Safety Recommendations of General Interest for Public Air Transport, Overview 1995-2005

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Studies on GPS events

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Use of parameter recorders, technical and statutory aspects.

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Glider accidents 1999-2001

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Robinson R 22 Accidents (1988-2001)

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Fuel starvation in general aviation

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Mid-air collisions 1989-1999.

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Agricultural spraying by helicopter

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Get-home-itis.

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Events Associated with an Engine Malfunction Thielert TAE 125 Engines

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Loss of control on fast single engine turboprop aircraft

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Défaillances de pompes carburant basse pression P/N 05-7312-K007301 des moteurs Thielert Aircraft Engines TAE 125-02-99

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Pertes de séparation en approche triple à Paris Charles De Gaulle

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