A Boeing 737-300 (G-THOF) involved in a stall during an approach to Bournemouth (England) Airport was in revenue service for 11 days before investigators determined the seriousness of the event during an inspection of the aircraft’s Quick Access Recorder data. The aircraft, operated by ThomsonFly, was then subjected to an engineering examination to ensure airworthiness, according to the U.K. Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) final report published May 21. The report identifies ...


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