Crashed on a partially closed
runway during take off.
Singapore Airlines Flight 006
MSA 606 AVIATION AND AEROSPACE COMMUNI...
Contents
• Factual information
• Findings and analysis
• Aftermath debate
• Recommendations
• Conclusions
1/30/2015 2MSA 6...
SQ 006 Flight History
• Scheduled flight from Singapore Changi
Airport to Los Angeles International Airport
via Chiang Kai...
Aircraft Information
• Boeing 747-400
• Singapore registration
number 9V-SPK
• “ The Colorful Bird ”
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Weather Information
1/30/2015 5
• Category 2 typhoon
“ Xangsane ”
• Intensity - 140 km/hr
(85 mph), 960 hPa
• METAR Inform...
Airport Information
• Taiwan Taoyuan
International Airport
• IATA - TPE, ICAO - RCTP
• NOTAM - Runway 05R
closed between N...
Taxiing Progress
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Accident Scene
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Debris and Casualties
1/30/2015 MSA 606 9
Of the 179 occupants,
83 killed,
39 serious injuries
32 minor injuries
25 uninju...
Lighting System
• Broken centerline light
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Unserviceable
taxiway
centerline light
on Taxiway N1
Taxiwa...
Taxiing Simulation
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05 R 05 L
Situation Awareness
• 3 crew members - Captain, FO , and enhanced crew
• Tunnel Vision - Crosswind limitation
• Culture - ...
Last Chance – PVD and PFD
1/30/2015 MSA 606 13
Para-Visual Display
Primary Function Display
Aftermath Debate
• Prosecute the pilots?
• Singapore Airlines and
the airport sue each
other.
• The families of the
victim...
Recommendations
• Low visibility taxiing training
• New lighting and marking system
• ASDE – Airport Surface Detection Equ...
Conclusions
• When something does not look right, it is not right.
• Lack of information could misjudge things.
• Under mu...
Review
• Factual information
• Findings and analysis
• Aftermath debate
• Recommendations
• Conclusions
1/30/2015 17MSA 606
References
• Aviation Safety Council (ASC). (2002). Crashed on a partially
closed runway during take off, Singapore Airlin...
The End
Question?
1/30/2015 19MSA 606
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Singapore Airlines Flight 006

  1. 1. Crashed on a partially closed runway during take off. Singapore Airlines Flight 006 MSA 606 AVIATION AND AEROSPACE COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Presented by Yi-Fan (Tom) Chen 1/30/2015 1
  2. 2. Contents • Factual information • Findings and analysis • Aftermath debate • Recommendations • Conclusions 1/30/2015 2MSA 606
  3. 3. SQ 006 Flight History • Scheduled flight from Singapore Changi Airport to Los Angeles International Airport via Chiang Kai-Shek Airport in Taiwan. • On October 31, 2000, 23:17 local time, Singapore Airlines flight 006 took off from the wrong runway. • The aircraft impacted with the ground equipment on the closed runway. The impact destroyed the aircraft and killed 83 of the 179 occupants. • SQ006 was the first fatal crash of a Singapore Airlines aircraft. 1/30/2015 3MSA 606
  4. 4. Aircraft Information • Boeing 747-400 • Singapore registration number 9V-SPK • “ The Colorful Bird ” 1/30/2015 4MSA 606
  5. 5. Weather Information 1/30/2015 5 • Category 2 typhoon “ Xangsane ” • Intensity - 140 km/hr (85 mph), 960 hPa • METAR Information Wind— 020 degrees at 36 knots gusting 56 knots Crosswind — 28 knots Runway Visual Range — RWY 05/ 450 meters, RWY 06/ 550 meters MSA 606
  6. 6. Airport Information • Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport • IATA - TPE, ICAO - RCTP • NOTAM - Runway 05R closed between N4 to N5 1/30/2015 6MSA 606 Runway Length (ft / m) Category 05/23 12,008 / 3,660 CAT II ILS 06/24 10,991 / 3,350 CAT I ILS 05 R TowerConstruction Site
  7. 7. Taxiing Progress 1/30/2015 MSA 606 7
  8. 8. Accident Scene 1/30/2015 8MSA 606
  9. 9. Debris and Casualties 1/30/2015 MSA 606 9 Of the 179 occupants, 83 killed, 39 serious injuries 32 minor injuries 25 uninjured
  10. 10. Lighting System • Broken centerline light 1/30/2015 MSA 606 10 Unserviceable taxiway centerline light on Taxiway N1 Taxiway centerline light along Taxiway N1 that is less intense than the other taxiway centerline lights
  11. 11. Taxiing Simulation 1/30/2015 MSA 606 11 05 R 05 L
  12. 12. Situation Awareness • 3 crew members - Captain, FO , and enhanced crew • Tunnel Vision - Crosswind limitation • Culture - “Captain is always right” • Guideline - Follow the green light. 1/30/2015 MSA 606 12
  13. 13. Last Chance – PVD and PFD 1/30/2015 MSA 606 13 Para-Visual Display Primary Function Display
  14. 14. Aftermath Debate • Prosecute the pilots? • Singapore Airlines and the airport sue each other. • The families of the victims sue the airlines. 1/30/2015 MSA 606 14
  15. 15. Recommendations • Low visibility taxiing training • New lighting and marking system • ASDE – Airport Surface Detection Equipment • CRM – Situation Awareness (SA) / Call out 1/30/2015 15MSA 606
  16. 16. Conclusions • When something does not look right, it is not right. • Lack of information could misjudge things. • Under multiple threats, people can only focus on one. • Self-diagnostic and warning system are required. • Investigation is to improve safety, not to against anyone. 1/30/2015 16MSA 606
  17. 17. Review • Factual information • Findings and analysis • Aftermath debate • Recommendations • Conclusions 1/30/2015 17MSA 606
  18. 18. References • Aviation Safety Council (ASC). (2002). Crashed on a partially closed runway during take off, Singapore Airlines Flight 006, Boeing 747-400, 9V-SPK, CKS airport, Taoyuan, Taiwan, October 31, 2000 1/30/2015 18MSA 606
  19. 19. The End Question? 1/30/2015 19MSA 606

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