UK's Air Accidents Investigation Branch said its initial findings on last Thursday's British Airways 777-200ER crash landing at London Heathrow revealed that the two Rolls-Royce Trent 800 engines did not respond to attempts to increase thrust during the aircraft's descent. The agency's "initial report" released Friday said interviews and flight data recorder analyses "show the flight and approach to have progressed normally until" the aircraft was "approximately 600 ft. and 2 miles from ...

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