Landing In Storms?

A recent sate of heavy-iron runway excursions while landing in bad weather highlights how task completion bias works in cockpits of all sizes.

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You would think pilots would have learned their lesson about messing with thunderstorms, especially landing in or near them. I mean, we’re almost 40 years beyond the defining moment in understanding wind shear and microbursts, the August 1985 crash of Delta Flight 191, a Lockheed L-1011, in Dallas, Texas. Add to that, many aircraft now […]
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