Air France A340 limit helps avert windshear crash in Bogota

AeroTime Daily News | December 9, 2019
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Due to miscommunication with air traffic control in Bogota, Colombia, an Air France Airbus A340 encountered windshear while taking off. However, the French Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA) found that precautionary measures taken by Air France after a similar incident months before may have saved the day.
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