The Taiwanese Aviation Safety Council (ASC) report on the fatal crash of TransAsia Airways  flight GE235 in February has detailed the captain’s voice on the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) as saying, “Wow, pulled back the wrong side throttle,” seconds before impact. The ATR 72-600 crash killed 43 passengers and crew after the aircraft’s right hand engine lost power shortly after takeoff from Magong Airport and crashed into the Keelung River. The report indicated ...

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