Unstable approach and ineffective crew communication factors in fatal Canadian Boeing 737 accident

On 20 August 2011, a Boeing 737-210C, operated by First Air, was being flown as a charter flight from Yellowknife, Canada to Resolute Bay, when it struck a hill about 1 nautical mile east of the runway. The accident claimed the lives of all 4 crew members and 8 of the passengers, and left 3…

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Serious risk of collision in Montreal airport runway incursion incident between DHC-8 and Beech King Air

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) released itsĀ investigation report of a risk of collision occurrence, when a passenger aircraft crossed an active runway while a twin-engine turboprop aircraft was taking off at the Montreal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport in August 2011. On 29 August 2011, a Sky Regional Airlines Bombardier DHC-8-402 with 25 passengers and…

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