Loss of engine power and forced landing involving amateur built Europa, VH-BWI near Bridport Tasmania, on 17 July 2016

This accident highlights the importance of pre-flight planning. Pilots should ensure that every flight is appropriately planned for, utilising accurate flight times and fuel calculations.
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Loss of control and collision with terrain, Cessna 150, VH-RXU 270 km SE Alice Springs, Northern Territory, on 12 July 2016

Turning manoeuvres at or close to the aircraft’s critical angle of attack, if mishandled, can lead to a stall that may result in the aircraft entering a spin. Recovery from this condition will take a considerable amount of altitude, dependant on the speed of response by the pilot and the use of appropriate control inputs.
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Loss of control and collision with water involving Piper Aircraft Corp PA-28-235, VH PXD, 33 km SSE of Avalon Airport, Victoria on 29 January 2016

Pre-flight planning needs to include consideration of not only the conditions on departure, but at all stages of the flight. This informs the decision of whether to depart and allows for prior consideration of alternative actions in the case of deteriorating weather, such as returning or diverting.
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Loss of separation involving Boeing 737, VH-XZP, and Robinson R44, VH-FOA, Canberra Airport, Australian Capital Territory, 2 June 2017

The ATSB is investigating a loss of separation between a Boeing 737, registered VH-XZP, and a Robinson R44, registered VH-FOA, at Canberra Airport, Australian Capital Territory, on 2 June 2017.
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Loss of separation involving two Boeing 737 aircraft, and a Robinson R44, VH-WYR near Essendon Airport, Victoria, on 26 January 2016

While there were requirements for coordination between Melbourne and Essendon Airports, there were no documented procedures, checklists, tools or memory prompts to assist controllers to coordinate runway and airspace changes.
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Loss of separation due to callsign confusion involving Airbus A330, VH-EBA, and Boeing 737, VH-VXF, near Brisbane Airport, Queensland, 15 December 2016

The ATSB is investigating a loss of separation due to callsign confusion involving Qantas Airbus A330, VH-EBA, and Qantas Boeing 737, VH-VXF, near Brisbane Airport, Queensland, on 15 December 2016
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