The National Transportation Safety Board faulted the captain for not following approved procedures during the Aug. 13, 2004 flight of an Air Tahoma Convair 580 that crashed on approach to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The aircraft, N586P, on a Part 121 cargo flight for DHL Express, was destroyed, the first officer killed and the captain injured as a result of the accident. The cockpit voice recorder indicated that the captain began fuel crossfeed operations about 50 ...
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