NTSB – “Captain Responsible for Southwest Nose First Landing & Skid at LGA”

Discussion in 'Blogstand' started by BoardingArea, Jul 28, 2015.  |  Print Topic

  1. BoardingArea

    BoardingArea News Feed

    Messages:
    73,877
    Likes Received:
    463
    Status Points:
    20
    After more than two years, federal accident investigators have ruled that the July 22, 2013 737-700 nose first landing / skid at LGA was due to the captain attempting to take control too late into the landing approach. The NTSB said the captain took control from the co-pilot only 27 feet off the ground rather… The post NTSB – “Captain Responsible for Southwest Nose First Landing & Skid at LGA” appeared first on Point Me to the Plane.

    Continue reading...
     

Share This Page