Air Canada Airbus A320 became airborne again after initial impact

The Air Canada Airbus A320 that landed short at Halifax Stanfield International Airport early March 29 “collided with terrain” and then became airborne again before finally coming to a stop, creating an “extensive debris field,” according to Canadian investigators. The Transportation Safety Board of...

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