A Turkish Airlines 737-800 carrying 127 passengers and seven crew en route from Istanbul Ataturk to Amsterdam Schiphol crashed into a field while on final approach a few hundred m. short of the runway threshold yesterday, killing at least nine people including the cockpit crew and a third pilot who may have been in training. The aircraft, operating as TK Flight 1951, left IST at 8:22 a.m. local time Feb. 25 and was cleared for an approach to AMS Runway 18R. It went down at around 10:30 a.m. ...

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