Spanish authorities have recovered the engines of the Spanair MD-82 that crashed on takeoff last week and will disassemble them "screw by screw" to try to determine whether a thrust problem contributed to the accident, the head of the crash investigation said yesterday. Francisco Soto, secretary of the Commission for Investigating Civil Aviation Accidents and Incidents, briefed media for the first time on the inquiry, revealing that officials have determined that the aircraft hit the Madrid ...

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