• Bombardier CRJ Unsuccessful Go-Around Attempt

  • The Transportation Safety Board of Canada said that there was insufficient time for the CRJ engines to spool up to go-around thrust, and that a thin accumulation of ice was a major factor in causing the airplane to stall at a lower-than-normal stall angle-of-attack. The crew lost control of the airplane, and the airplane struck the runway and terrain.
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