‘Crossover Speed’

“Crossover speed” is a term that came to the fore after the loss of a USAir Boeing 737 on Sept. 8, 1994, near Aliquippa, Pa., while maneuvering to land at Pittsburgh International Airport. The NTSB determined probable cause of the accident to be a loss of control resulting from the movement of the...

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