Canadian and Airbus investigators will scrutinize pilot actions, potential fatigue, wind conditions and a non-precision instrument-approach procedure for Runway 05 at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, following an underrun by an Air Canada Airbus A320 (C-FTJP) during a low-visibility landing in a snow storm with gusty crosswinds just after midnight on March 29. Twenty-three passengers were admitted to area hospitals with minor injuries after the A320 landed 1,100 ft. short of ...

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