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Citation pilots were taken off guard by a fast-moving fog bank.
by Mark Lacagnina
An area of the fuselage that didn’t meet Boeing’s thickness specifications is blamed for a…
by Linda Werfelman
Polish report says that a radar malfunction was involved in the Tu-154 crash.
An ATR 42 with split flaps stalled during an unstabilized night approach in icing conditions.…
by Flight Safety Foundation
The Tu-154 pilot knew that the approach was unsafe but was strongly motivated to land.
The crew was unaware that the A320’s angle-of-attack sensors were frozen.
NTSB said that nothing in the captain’s experience or training had prepared him for the…
Spatial disorientation turned a minor upset into a major accident.
An unfamiliar, Western-type attitude indicator was little help to the disoriented Russian captain when an…
A 737 stalled when a radio altimeter malfunction caused the autothrottle and autopilot to diverge…