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- Embraer 120 Leading Edge Horizontal Stabilizer Separation In Flight
- Around one minute after takeoff,the crew felt a shock followed by strong vibrations on the controls. After deciding to return to the airfield and requested priority and the callout of the emergency services, they were unable to determine the source of the problem. The vibrations slightly reduced in intensity with the reduction of speed on final approach, the extension of the landing gear and of the flaps. On the ground, the loss of the whole of the leading edge of the horizontal stabilizer was noted.
- Embraer 135 Runway Overrun
- The aircraft landed, aquaplaned and overran the slush covered runway.
- Embraer 145 Runway Overrun
- The Embraer 145LR aircraft overran the runway, coming to rest approximately 300 feet off the end of the runway in a grass field. The aircraft sustained minor damage to the inboard left main landing gear tire.
- OTHERPROPS EMB 120 Inflight Icing
- This report explains the accident involving an EMB-120RT, that crashed during a rapid descent after an uncommanded roll excursion near Monroe, Michigan (USA), on January 9, 1997. Safety issues in the report focused on procedures for the use of ice protection systems, airspeed and flap configuration information, stall warning/protection system capabilities, operation of the autopilot in icing conditions, aircraft icing certification requirements, and icing-related research.
- OTHERPROPS EMB 120 Inflight Loss Of Propeller Blade
- This report explains the accident involving an EMB-120RT airplane, which experienced the loss of a propeller blade and crashed during an emergency landing near Carrollton, Georgia (USA), on August 21, 1995. Safety issues in the report focused on manufacturer engineering practices, propeller blade maintenance repair, propeller testing and inspection procedures, the relaying of emergency information by air traffic controllers, crew resource management training, and the design of crash axes carried in aircraft.