On January 23, the East China Regional Administration of Civil Aviation announced the results of the runway intrusion incident at Pudong Airport, which had attracted much attention before.
According to the Civil Aviation Administrative Punishment Decision No. 3 and No. 4 of the East China Bureau of Civil Aviation in 2019, on November 13, 2018, two air traffic controllers, Jiang Momou and Cui Momou, at Shanghai Pudong Airport, were warned and punished by the East China Bureau of Civil Aviation for failing to find the pilots of JAL 873 repeating the control instructions.
According to Nandus previous reports, on November 13, 2018, when Delta Airlines Flight DL582 was scheduled to fly from Pudong Airport to Detroit, its takeoff was interrupted at high speed due to the sudden crossing of the runway by other planes during takeoff. Passengers said that the nose of the plane was pulling up. Fortunately, the pilot quickly responded to the emergency brake, causing no casualties.
On the same day, the Eastern China Regional Administration of Civil Aviation informed that Delta Airlines A350-900 was flying from Pudong to Detroit. When taking off and taxiing on runway 34L, it was observed that Boeing 787, a one-day airline at the end of the runway, intruded into the runway and the crew immediately interrupted taking off.
According to the above-mentioned administrative penalty, the above-mentioned acts of air traffic control violate Article 121 of the Civil Aviation Air Traffic Management Rules. Controllers shall monitor the recounts of aircraft pilots in order to ascertain that the aircraft pilots have received control permits or instructions correctly. If an aircraft pilots repetition is found to be incorrect, the controller shall correct it. According to the provisions of Article 674 of the Civil Aviation Air Traffic Management Rules, If the controller fails to provide corresponding services or coordination in accordance with the duties, procedures and intervals stipulated in these Rules, the Regional Authority shall order rectification and give a warning to the controllers Cui Mou and Jiang Mou. Administrative sanction.
According to a news report issued by the East China Regional Administration of Civil Aviation in September 2017, there were five abnormal departure procedures at Pudong Airport in Japan Airlines from May to September 2017. The East China Bureau of Civil Aviation had made a safety appointment with Japan Airlines to rectify and submit a complete and specific report.
Source: Shi Jianle_NBJ11331, Responsible Editor of Southern Metropolitan Daily