The Air Canada Airbus A320 that landed short at Halifax Stanfield International Airport early March 29 “collided with terrain” and then became airborne again before finally coming to a stop, creating an “extensive debris field,” according to Canadian investigators. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada detailed the crash landing in a preliminary report, describing a significant incident that severely damaged the aircraft. Flight AC624, en route from Toronto ...

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