Challenger Hard Landing: Weather Or Pilot?

The Challenger CL-600 after landing. Photo credit: NTSB
After a Challenger crashed on landing at a private airstrip in Texas in 2019, the NTSB conducted a limited investigation and decided the cause of the accident was wind shear. That’s an act of nature, and citing natural acts as causes tends to shift focus away from the actions of pilots. It is...

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