Increased Control Flight Into Terrain Accidents Marks Worrying Trend

The final report on the May 9, 2012, crash of a Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company Superjet 100 prototype on a demonstration flight near Jakarta highlights a growing trend in fatal airline accidents: the re-emergence of controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) as a major contributor to airline fatalities. “...

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