The Tatastan Air crash at Kazan is yet another piece of evidence that the kind of risk airlines face is changing. Perfectly serviceable aeroplanes are crashing because of pilot misjudgements or ignorance, and taking their crew and passengers to an unnecessary death. This may seem a harsh judgement to make only days after the event, […]
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