Investigators release final Emirates 777 crash-landing report

Weekend Special | February 22, 2020

Investigators issue final Emirates 777 crash-landing report

Emirates Boeing 777 aircraft, flying from India, crash-landed in Dubai (UAE) as it was attempting to fly a go-around, bursting into flames minutes later. While the 300 people onboard the wide-body evacuated alive, a firefighter was killed when…

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