FRANKFURT—The Aug. 3 crash landing of Emirates Flight 521  at Dubai International Airport appears to have been caused by the late application of takeoff power in an attempted go-around, according to the sequence of events detailed in the preliminary accident report. The report, released by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of the United Arab Emirates on Sept. 6, says the pilots tried a go-around following a long landing, but moved the thrust levers from the idle ...

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