Improper Deicing Linked To Russian ATR 72 crash

Credit: Itar-Tass/Landov
Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee has released the first data retrieved from the so-called black boxes of the UTair ATR 72-200 turboprop that crashed shortly after takeoff from Tyumen's Roschino airport on April 2 killing 31 of the 43 people onboard. According to IAC, the engines worked until...

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