On August 4, 2016, Flight QF61, a Qantas Airbus A330, left Brisbane, Australia, for Tokyo with 246 people aboard including the crew. According to the incident report published by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), the airline’s dispatcher noticed one of the Airbus’ GPS units was inoperative while in the process of creating the flight plan before takeoff. The airline’s operation specifications required two operating GPS units for dispatch for the captain to use the GPS Runway 25 approach at Saipan as an alternate airport if the weather in Japan didn’t allow a safe landing. The dispatcher checked with Qantas maintenance and learned the item would be repaired before departure but never mentioned this fact to the pilot. When the captain arrived for the flight, he added extra fuel and discussed the broken GPS with the other two pilots, never realizing the unit would be working.