Russia’s Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) has determined the cause of a Red Wings Airlines’ Tupolev Tu-204 crash last month. According to the IAC, two out of three landing gears did not receive the correct signal for strut compression, causing the aircraft to overshoot a runway at Moscow Vnukovo Airport and crash into a road, killing five people. The right landing gear did not receive the correct signal after touching the runway, causing the thrust reversers to ...

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