The two pilots of the Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 that landed at the wrong airport Jan. 12 in Missouri told National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators they flew a “visual approach into what they believed to be Branson Airport” and that they “did not realize they were at the wrong airport until they had landed.” The pilots confirmed they utilized “heavy braking to bring the aircraft to a stop and then advised the Branson Airport tower ...

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