Garuda Indonesia 737-400 that crashed last month, killing 21 people (ATWOnline, March 12), was traveling at 410 kph when it hit the runway at Yogyakarta Airport, nearly twice normal speed, according to a report by Indonesia's Transport Committee obtained by Australian media. According to The Age, the pilots reported a fault in the reverse thrust of one engine prior to takeoff, FDRs revealed no mechanical problems before landing, weather was calm and reports of the two pilots arguing in the ...

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