The United Arab Emirates’ General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) will produce a preliminary report into the Aug. 3 crash of an Emirates Airline Boeing 777-300 at Dubai International Airport within a month, the regulator said Aug. 4. The widebody jet burst into flames as it crash landed in Dubai following a flight from Trivandrum International Airport, southern India. All 282 passengers and 18 crew escaped unharmed, although one firefighter was killed while dousing the blaze. The ...

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