Two Boeing 737-800s Bust Minimums At Australian Airport In Bad Weather
At the end of a remarkable chain of inaccurate weather forecasts and missed communications opportunities, two Boeing 737-800s operated by different Australian airlines had to bust minimums within minutes of each other at Mildura Airport to prevent really bad outcomes. It all happened on June 18...
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