Irish Crash Probers Urge Tighter Operational Controls

By John Croft
Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology
February 17, 2014

The Irish Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) is taking aim at “systemic deficiencies at the operational, organizational and regulatory levels” for European airlines in its final report into the fatal February 2011 crash of a Manx2 Metro III with 10 passengers.

The turboprop aircraft was attempting to land in dense fog at Cork after a scheduled flight from Belfast City.

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