Preliminary flight data recorder (FDR) and cockpit voice recorder (CVR) information shows that the pilots of a Gulfstream IV that overran a runway at Hanscom Field near Boston on the night of May 31 tried to abort the takeoff, potentially after experiencing control problems at high speed. The aircraft crashed into a gulley approximately 2,000 ft. beyond the end of the runway, catching fire and killing all seven people on board. The NTSB says the CVR captured the pilots calling out a speed of ...
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