In-flight engine shutdown involving Airbus A380, VH-OQG, near Los Angeles, United States, on 20 May 2017

Passing about 33,000 ft on climb, the No. 4 engine thrust reduced to about 45 per cent. The flight crew shut the No. 4 engine down. The aircraft returned to Los Angeles Airport and landed without further incident.
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Traffic management occurrence involving Airbus A320, VH-VQS and Beech Aircraft Corporation BE 76, VH-EWL at Ballina/Byron Gateway Airport, NSW on 14 January 2016

Operations at non‑controlled airports remain a safety watch priority for the ATSB. This occurrence highlights that traffic separation in that environment relies on a clear and shared plan between involved aircraft.
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Engine shut down involving Airbus A330, 9M-XXD, 445 km SE of Alice Springs Airport, SA, on 16 August 2016

On the evening of 16 August 2016, an AirAsia X Airbus A330, departed Sydney, NSW to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. As the aircraft was in cruise at flight level 380 and 445 km south-east of and tracking towards Alice Springs, the aircraft’s engine fault monitoring systems detected low oil pressure in the right engine. The investigation is continuing.
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