In its final report into the 2008 fatal Airbus A320 crash during a post-maintenance test flight, France’s Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’ Analyses (BEA) investigation agency recommends that regulations governing non-revenue flights be tightened and stall training and warning systems be improved. The accident, which occurred off the coast of Perpignan, France, on Nov. 27, 2008, killed all seven people on board, including the three pilots, three engineers and a New Zealand civil aviation ...
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