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Computer-Related Incidents with Commercial Aircraft
Air New Zealand Flight 60, B767, false glideslope incident, Faleolo, Samoa 29 July 2000
29 July 2000
Late on 29 July 2000, Air New Zealand Flight 60, a B767, captured a false glideslope on an
Instrument Landing System (ILS) approach into Faleola, Samoa, and almost descended into the sea.
The Report says all.
Thank you to John Sampson for advising me of this incident.
A320 cross-wired sidestick incident, Frankfurt am Main, March 2001
A340/A330 airprox under RVSM, North Atlantic Track E, October 2000