Accident Airbus Helicopters H145 PK-JBX, Thursday 6 August 2020
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Date:Thursday 6 August 2020
Type:Silhouette image of generic EC45 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different    
Airbus Helicopters H145
Owner/operator:Jhonlin Air Transport
Registration: PK-JBX
MSN: 20229
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 3
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Substantial
Location:Batu Licin-Bersujud Airport (BTW/WAOC) -   Indonesia
Phase: Landing
Departure airport:Batu Licin Airport (BTW/WAOC)
Destination airport:Batu Licin Airport (BTW/WAOC)
Investigating agency: NTSC
Confidence Rating: Information verified through data from accident investigation authorities
The helicopter was being operated as a type-rating flight training for a Jhonlin Air pilot at Bersujud Airport (WAOC), Indonesia.
The training session was planned to include exercises of autorotation from high altitude, autorotation (power on recovery) and tail rotor failure.
At 1326 LT (0526 UTC), the instructor started the engines to conduct the training session. The student pilot 1 occupied the right pilot seat, the instructor occupied the left pilot seat and the student pilot 2 seated on the passenger seat.
About 1432 LT, the instructor considered the training session for the student pilot 1 was sufficient and informed to Batulicin Flight Information Officer (FISO) that the pilot intended to return to runway 09 then proceed to apron for student change.
The Batulicin FISO acknowledged the pilot information and provided information of the wind condition was from 110° and the speed was 7 knots.
At 1434 LT, student pilot 1 completed his training session and the instructor took over the helicopter control. The instructor applied right pedal with intention to turn right to heading runway 09, suddenly the helicopter spun clock-wise three times and the instructor engaged the autopilot system. The instructor immediately landed the helicopter on the runway and performed an emergency shutdown procedure. The instructor and both
student pilots evacuated the helicopter safely. No one injured in this occurrence.



Photo: NTSC


Revision history:

13-Jan-2021 20:32 harro Added
13-Jan-2021 20:33 harro Updated [Location]
31-Jan-2021 13:41 Aerossurance Updated [Embed code]

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