The cause of serious damage to a Saab 2000 turboprop at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport on Jan. 28, 2014, has been tied to dual-pilot input during the landing phase, according to the final accident report recently released by France’s air crash investigation bureau, the BEA. The event highlights a relatively rare but recurrent problem that sometimes emerges in an incident or accident, underscoring that loopholes still can be found in crew resource management methods and perhaps cockpit ...

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