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Wire damaged during avionics modification sparked electrical arcing.
by Mark Lacagnina
Passengers and flight attendants were thrown against the cabin ceiling during a stall-induced upset.
An MD-83 crew continued an unstabilized approach with a strong tailwind.
A Gulfstream struck localizer antennas when the pilots pressed on with an unstabilized approach.
Debris liberated by one engine’s catastrophic failure knocked out the other engine.
A high flare and delays in reducing power and activating speed brakes led to an overrun at La Guardia.
Falcon got away from pilots who used the wrong procedure to resolve a hydraulic system problem on the ground.
A 737 ended up on the grass when the captain was unable to slow it down to turn off the runway.
Report cites limitations of current baggage- and cargo-screening procedures in identifying dangerous goods.
Investigators determined that the pilot lost control of his MU-2 after pressing ahead in thunderstorms and severe icing conditions.