Wiring Eyed In Danish Air ATR 42 Fuel-Starvation Incident

Faulty fuel probe wiring was apparently a key factor in an engine-out incident involving a Danish Air Transport ATR 42-500 on a night flight from Esbjerg to Billund, Denmark, on March 17, a preliminary report from the Danish Accident Investigation Board (DAIB) indicates. The twin turboprop had just...

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