Hapag-Lloyd's Airbus A310 twinjet, which made an emergency landing at Vienna-Schwechat airport with both engines stopped, most probably ran out of fuel, according to Austrian investigators. The accident investigation team is expected to focus on the joint decision by the pilots and the airline's operations department to continue the flight despite a landing gear failure that significantly increased aircraft drag and fuel consumption. ON JULY 12, the German charter airline's ...
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