Sunday, July 5, 2015

Dutch report on what may have caused Turkish Airlines crash

Dutch transportation officials reported today in Amsterdam that the Turkish Airlines jet that crashed last week may have had a faulty altimeter, the device that keeps track of altitude, misleading pilots about how close they were to the ground. Read what the BBC is reporting from a news conference.

Dutch report on what may have caused Turkish Airlines crash

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Dutch transportation officials reported today in Amsterdam that the Turkish Airlines jet that crashed last week may have had a faulty altimeter, the device that keeps track of altitude, misleading pilots about how close they were to the ground. Read what the BBC is reporting from a news conference.

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