Turkish Airlines has made six changes to its processes and procedures following the March 4 excursion by an Airbus A330-300 landing at the Tribhuvan airport in Kathmandu, Nepal after a flawed non-precision instrument approach in fog and deteriorating visibility.  According to a final report by the Nepalese accident investigation commission (AIC), the probable cause for the non-fatal incident that left the A330 substantially damaged was the pilots’ decision to continue the ...

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