Final report: TransAsia ATR 72-600 crash ‘could have been prevented’

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Taiwan’s Aviation Safety Council (ASC) has concluded the TransAsia Airways ATR 72-600 crash on Feb. 4, 2015 was caused by the crew shutting down the wrong Pratt & Whitney PW127 engine after a technical fault. The ATR 72-600 was operating as flight GE235 between Taipei’s Songshan Airport and Kinmen...

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