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A strong tail wind and an absence of visual cues led to an overrun on a wet runway in Jamaica.
by MARK LACAGNINA
A copilot trainee inadvertently selected ground idle thrust on final approach.
by Mark Lacagnina
A tired CRJ crew did not recognize that a go-around was in order after landing long on a contaminated runway.
A fatal accident involving a Robinson R22 has prompted a call for revised certification requirements for light helicopters.
by Linda Werfelman
Mechanical Issues, Causal Factors
Improper use of connection hardware began a chain reaction that led to the crash of an AS350 on a sightseeing flight, the NTSB says.
‘Abrupt and unusual’ control movements led to the fatal crash of an EC135, the NTSB says.
by LINDA WERFELMAN
The Falcon 10 touched down too fast and veered off the landing runway at a Toronto airport
An EMS crew chose to ditch, rather than risk flaming out during another approach to a remote island airport.
A 757 overran a short, contaminated runway after the speed brakes and thrust reversers failed to deploy on landing.
Accident report questions decisions to launch a medevac flight in adverse conditions.