Engineering Judgment Key In 757 Forced Landing In Antarctica

Foresight and cool-headed teamwork by pilots of a Royal New Zealand Air Force Boeing 757-200 likely saved their aircraft, 11 fellow crewmembers and 117 passengers—including scientists from New Zealand and the U.S. and New Zealand’s minister of foreign affairs—from a crash-landing in near-zero...

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