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|ICAO: OAIX – IATA: OAI|
|Region||Asia and Pacific|
|Elevation||1,491.996 m |
4,895 ft1,491.996 m
|Coordinates||34° 56' 46.72" N, 69° 15' 53.19" E|
|Date/Time||15 September 2019 23:58:00|
|Wind speed||08 kts|
|Lowest cloud amount||n/a|
|Tag(s)||Hot and High Operations|
ICAO: OAIX IATA: OAI
A military-operated airbase near Bagram, Afghanistan.
Continental, semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification BSk) with brief, but cold, winters and long, hot and dry summers.
Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of OAIX
- B744, Bagram Afghanistan, 2013 (On 29 April 2013, a Boeing 747-400 freighter departed controlled flight and impacted terrain shortly after taking off from Bagram and was destroyed by the impact and post crash fire and all occupants were killed. The Investigation found that a sudden and significant load shift had occurred soon after take off which damaged hydraulic systems Nos. 1 and 2 and the horizontal stabilizer drive mechanism components as well as moving the centre of gravity aft and out of the allowable flight envelope. The Load shift was attributed to the ineffective securing techniques employed.)