Maybe there is no such thing as an ordinary aircraft crash, but the Tatarstan Air Boeing 737-500 accident at Kazan was certainly not ordinary. The instrument landing system was available for the approach, and all present assumptions are that the crew was using it. But the crew decision to go around was made on the […]
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