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Aircraft Accident Report: Loss of Control & Impact with Pacific Ocean, Alaska Airlines Flight 261, McDonnell Douglas MD-83, N963AS, Jan. 31, 2000
Barry Leonard (ed.). On Jan. 31, 2000, Alaska Airlines (AA) flight 261 crashed into the Pacific Ocean about 3 miles north of Anacapa Island, CA. The 2 pilots, 3 cabin crew members, & 83 passengers on board were killed. This is the official NTSB report on that accident. The cause of this accident was a loss of airplane pitch control resulting from the in-flight failure of the horizontal stabilizer trim system jackscrew assembly’s acme nut threads. The safety issues discussed include lubrication & inspection of the jackscrew assembly, extension of lubrication & end play check intervals, jackscrew assembly overhaul procedures, the design & certif’n. of the MD-80 horizontal stabilizer trim control system, AAs’ maint. program, & FAA oversight of AA. Photos & drawings.
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