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Spatial disorientation turned a minor upset into a major accident.
by Mark Lacagnina
An unfamiliar, Western-type attitude indicator was little help to the disoriented Russian captain when an upset occurred.
A 737 stalled when a radio altimeter malfunction caused the autothrottle and autopilot to diverge during an approach to Schiphol.
Tire debris disabled sensors, causing a Learjet 60 to accelerate during a high-speed rejected takeoff.