A Belgium-registered Embraer EMB-500 business jet was severely damaged when it stalled during the flare phase of a final approach to Runway 07L at Berlin-Schonefeld Airport (EDDB), impacted the ground and came to a stop at the right edge of the runway. The two pilots and the passenger were uninjured, but the accident brought attention again to the EMB-500’s deice system and pilot training. The causes of the accident, according to German air safety investigators, were: The crew ...

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