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{{Infobox ICAO ADREP
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{{ADREP Definition
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|Notion=Loss of control - ground
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|Definition=Loss of aircraft control while the aircraft is on the ground.
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* Used only for non-airborne phases of flight, i.e., ground/surface operations.
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* The loss of control may result from a contaminated runway or taxiway (e.g., rain, snow, ice, slush).
 
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* The loss of control during ground operations can occur as the result of other occurrence categories as well. For example, LOC-G may result from a system/component failure or malfunction to the powerplant ([[SCF-PP]]) or non-powerplant ([[SCF-NP]]), or from evasive action taken during a Runway Incursion ([[RI-VAP]], or [[RI-A]]). For these occurrences, the event is coded under both categories (e.g., LOC-G and SCF-PP, LOC-G and SCF-NP, or LOC-G and [[RI-VAP]] or [[RI-A]]).
==Definition==
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* Do not use when a mechanical failure rendered the aircraft uncontrollable.
 
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* Rotorcraft during sloping ground or moving helideck operations, dynamic rollover and ground resonance events are also included here.
'''LOC-G: Loss of control - ground''' - Loss of aircraft control while the aircraft is on the ground.
 
 
 
==Usage Notes==
 
 
 
*Used only for non-airborne phases of flight, i.e., ground/surface operations.
 
*The loss of control may result from a contaminated runway or taxiway (e.g., rain, snow, ice, slush).
 
*The loss of control during ground operations can occur as the result of other occurrence categories as well. For example, LOC-G may result from a system/component failure or malfunction to the powerplant ([[SCF-PP]]) or non-powerplant ([[SCF-NP]]), or from evasive action taken during a Runway Incursion ([[RI-VAP]], or [[RI-A]]). For these occurrences, the event is coded under both categories (e.g., LOC-G and SCF-PP, LOC-G and SCF-NP, or LOC-G and RI-VAP or RI-A).
 
*Do not use when a mechanical failure rendered the aircraft uncontrollable.
 
*Rotorcraft during sloping ground or moving helideck operations, dynamic rollover and ground resonance events are also included here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:ADREP Taxonomy]]
 

Latest revision as of 11:19, 19 May 2010

Article Information
Category: ICAO ADREP ICAO ADREP
Content source: ICAO ICAO
Content control: EUROCONTROL EUROCONTROL

Definition

LOC-G: Loss of control - ground - Loss of aircraft control while the aircraft is on the ground.

Usage Notes

  • Used only for non-airborne phases of flight, i.e., ground/surface operations.
  • The loss of control may result from a contaminated runway or taxiway (e.g., rain, snow, ice, slush).
  • The loss of control during ground operations can occur as the result of other occurrence categories as well. For example, LOC-G may result from a system/component failure or malfunction to the powerplant (SCF-PP) or non-powerplant (SCF-NP), or from evasive action taken during a Runway Incursion (RI-VAP, or RI-A). For these occurrences, the event is coded under both categories (e.g., LOC-G and SCF-PP, LOC-G and SCF-NP, or LOC-G and RI-VAP or RI-A).
  • Do not use when a mechanical failure rendered the aircraft uncontrollable.
  • Rotorcraft during sloping ground or moving helideck operations, dynamic rollover and ground resonance events are also included here.