Investigations are underway into why an Air Canada Airbus A320-200 landed short at Stanfield International Airport at Halifax, Nova Scotia, severely damaging the aircraft. None of the 133 passengers and five crew on board was seriously injured, although 23 were initially hospitalized. The accident happened at 00:30 local time Sunday. Speaking at a press conference, Transportation Safety Board regional manager of aircraft accident investigations Mike Cunningham said the aircraft, ...

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