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ARAICAircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission (Japan)
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"About 4min before another aircraft captain told the control tower that wind shear occurred at 2,000ft above the runway," says an aircraft accident investigator at Japan's Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission in Tokyo.
The Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission investigators said Bombardier maintenance workers failed to attach a bolt while repairing the front landing-gear doors of the DHC8-Q400 propjet shortly after the plane was manufactured in June 2005.
The officials of the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry's Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission heard about the incident from the pilot and copilot of JAL Flight 502 as well as from three controllers who were on duty at the time.
The Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission has concluded in the draft of its final report that the accident was attributable only to the maintenance work done shortly after production, as no other work had been done on that part of the plane prior to the accident, the sources said.
He instead offered to fully cooperate with the transport ministry's Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission and ANA, whose subsidiary Air Central operated the DHC-8 Q400, in investigating the case.
The Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport is now looking into the cause of the failure.
The Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission under Japan's Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry is planning to question the crew members.
A draft report made public by the transport ministry's Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission said the principal cause of the accident was excessive speed.
The Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission previously said the speed was between 115 and 117 kph and has come to pinpoint it after seeking cooperation from West Japan Railway Co.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has dispatched two Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission investigators to probe the accident.
The metro government set up a task force at the bureau to look into the cause of the accident, while the central government's Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission dispatched three investigators for a similar probe.
The Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission of the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry has begun investigation into the cause of the accident.
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