UK's Air Accident Investigation Branch will be joined by the US National Transportation Safety Board and Boeing to investigate yesterday afternoon's accident at London Heathrow, where a British Airways 777-200ER landed in the grass several hundred meters short of Runway 27L near a busy perimeter road. The aircraft skidded, causing severe damage to the landing gear, both engines and the wings. Three passengers suffered minor injuries during evacuation, BA said. The BBC reported that 18 were ...

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