On May 31, 2007, about 1100 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), a Beech 200 King Air, Australian registry VH-XCB, was displaced from the published final approach, while conducting a GNSS/RNAV approach about 6 kilometers south of Ballarat Aerodrome, Victoria, Australia. The airplane, operated under the pertinent provisions of the Australian Civil Aviation Regulations, was not damaged. The two crewmembers were not injured.

The incident is under the jurisdiction of, and is under investigation by, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau. Further information can be obtained from:

Australian Transport Safety Bureau
PO Box 967
Civic Square
Canberra ACT 2608

Telephone 02 6274 6094

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