Guyana's Civil Aviation Authority, with assistance from the US National Transportation Safety Board and Trinidad and Tobago's CAA, is leading the inquiry into Saturday's Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737-800 runway overrun in Georgetown. The aircraft, en route from Port of Spain (Trinidad), skidded off the Georgetown runway, reported as being wet at the time of the accident, and crashed through a fence. The fuselage broke into two pieces. There were no fatalities among the 157 ...

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