The Taiwanese Aviation Safety Council (TASC) has concluded that the July 2014 TransAsia ATR 72-500 crash was caused by non-compliance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPS), poor flight crew coordination, lack of communication, and ineffective threat and error management. “[All these] compromised the safety of the flight,” the report stated. Flight GE222, carrying 58 passengers and crew, was flying from Kaohsiung to Magong island in June 2014, when it crashed when attempting ...

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