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.

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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