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  • B773, Paris CDG France, 2013 (Synopsis: On 28 July 2013, with passengers still boarding an Air France Boeing 777-300, an abnormal 'burnt' smell was detected by the crew and then thin smoke appeared in the cabin. A MAYDAY was declared and the Captain made a PA telling the cabin crew to "evacuate the passengers via the doors, only via the doors". The resulting evacuation process was confused but eventually completed. The Investigation attributed the confused evacuation to the way it had been ordered and established that a fault in the APU had caused the smoke and fumes which had the potential to be toxic.)
  • B77L, Paris CDG France, 2015 (Synopsis: On 22 May 2015, a Boeing 777F augmented crew daylight takeoff from Paris CDG was attempted with a thrust setting for an aircraft weight 100 tonnes less than the actual weight after an undetected crew error. Only activation of the tailstrike protection system prevented fuselage contact with the runway and this was eventually followed by the application of full thrust. The end of the runway was crossed at 172 feet agl and the flight completed. The Investigation concluded that the risk of this type of event had been widely recognised for a long time but had not been adequately addressed.)
  • CONC, vicinity Paris Charles de Gaulle France, 2000 (Synopsis: On 25th July 2000, an Air France Concorde crashed shortly after take-off from Paris CDG following loss of control after debris from an explosive tyre failure between V1 and VR attributed to runway FOD ruptured a fuel tank and led to a fuel-fed fire which quickly resulted in loss of engine thrust and structural damage which made the aircraft impossible to fly. It was found that nothing the crew failed to do, including rejecting the take off after V1 could have prevented the loss of the aircraft and that they had been faced with entirely unforeseen circumstances.)
  • E190 / Vehicle, Paris CDG France, 2014 (Synopsis: On 19 April 2014, an Embraer 190 collided with the tug which was attempting to begin a pull forward after departure pushback which, exceptionally for the terminal concerned, was prohibited for the gate involved. As a result, severe damage was caused to the lower fuselage. The Investigation found that the relevant instructions were properly documented but ignored when apron services requested a 'push-pull' to minimise departure delay for an adjacent aircraft. Previous similar events had occurred on the same gate and it was suspected that a lack of appreciation of the reasons why the manoeuvre used was prohibited may have been relevant.)
  • SH33 / MD83, Paris CDG France, 2000 (Synopsis: On the 25th of May, 2000 a UK-operated Shorts SD330 waiting for take-off at Paris CDG in normal visibility at night on a taxiway angled in the take-off direction due to its primary function as an exit for opposite direction landings was given a conditional line up clearance by a controller who had erroneously assumed without checking that it was at the runway threshold. After an aircraft which had just landed had passed, the SD330 began to line up unaware that an MD83 had just been cleared in French to take off from the full length and a collision occurred.)