U.K. Flags Standard Operating Procedure Breaches In Thomas Cook Incident
Failure to follow standard operating procedures was at the root of a go-around incident that put seven crew members and 235 passengers on a Thomas Cook Boeing 757-200 dangerously close to running out of fuel on an August 2013 flight from Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands, to Newcastle. In an...
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