Joy MA60 Was Throttled Down Before Hard Landing

The flight crew of an Avic MA60 that wrecked upon landing May 10 retarded the engine throttles excessively on approach, resulting in a 6G impact, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has found. The regulator faults the turboprop airliner’s pilots and the airline, Joy Air, for the...

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