Indian crash investigators are focusing on the speed and touchdown point of an Air India Express 737-8HG that crashed at Mangalore-Bajpe Airport Saturday morning, killing 158 of the 166 passengers and crew onboard. Air India Express is a low-cost subsidiary of the state-run carrier. Flight IX812 was en route from Dubai to Mangalore and the crew did not report any problems with the aircraft or weather. The accident occurred at around 6:30 a.m. local time. Nine passengers failed to board ...

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