This morning I received a review copy of Capt Richard Champion de Crespigny’s book about Qantas flight 32, the Airbus A380 whose No 2 engine suffered catastrophic failure on departure from Singapore for Sydney.
QF32 – the book
By David Learmount on 10 July, 2012 in Uncategorised
I’ll get back to you in a couple of hours with a verdict, but right now the bits about handling the incident itself have got me gripped.
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