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Investigators cite pilot error, training for Air Niugini 737 crash

Credit: US Navy
The pilots that flew an Air Niugini Boeing 737-800 into a lagoon on final approach to Micronesia’s Chuuk International Airport (TKK) in September 2018 did not follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) or respond to numerous terrain-warning alerts, a final report on the fatal accident found.

 

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