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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 263640
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Time:11:32 UTC
Type:Silhouette image of generic P06T model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Tecnam P2006T
Owner/operator:EAS Barcelona
Registration: EC-MNG
MSN: 174
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 2
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: None
Location:14 km SW of Barcelona Airport (BCN) -   Spain
Phase: En route
Departure airport:Sabadell (QYS)
Destination airport:Castellón de la Plana-Costa Azahar Airport (CDT/LEDS)
Investigating agency: CIAIAC
Confidence Rating: Accident Investigation report not yet completed, but information verified through official sources
KLM flight KL1670, a Boeing 737-8K2 (PH-BXF) and a Tecnam P2006T (EC-MNG) were involved in an airprox incident near Barcelona Airport, Spain.
KL1670 took off from runway 25L at 11:28 UTC and was performing the standard instrument departure (SID) RNAV1 called OKABI3Q, which consisted of a conventional initial climb to the DOTIS waypoint (to be reached at 3000 ft or above) followed by the RNAV1 procedure. At the time of the incident it was at 8700 ft, climbing to the previously authorised flight level FL190.
The Tecnam aircraft, operated by the European Aviation School of Barcelona, had taken off from Sabadell airport (LELL) on a flight to Castellón airport (LECH). On board the aircraft were an instructor pilot and a student pilot. At the time of the incident it was at a previously authorised altitude of FL90.
Both aircraft tracks crossed in the airspace of the Barcelona TMA, with the minimum distance between them being 1.3 NM (2,4 km) and 300 ft (90 m). KL1670 had to stop its climb and descended from about 8625 feet to about 8125 feet to avoid the conflict.
Air traffic controllers did not provide traffic information to the aircraft.
Both aircraft continued their flights normally.

CIAIAC Ref. IN-019/2021


Revision history:

05-Jun-2021 09:31 harro Updated [Aircraft type, Registration, Cn, Operator, Nature, Departure airport, Destination airport, Source]
05-Jun-2021 09:32 harro Updated [Departure airport]
14-Jun-2021 10:03 harro Updated [Total occupants, Source, Narrative]
14-Jun-2021 11:04 harro Updated [Source, Narrative, Photo]

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