Investigators said that the passengers of the Emirates Airlines passenger plane, which crashed in 2016 while trying to avoid landing in Dubai, did not notice that its engine settings were too low.
The Emirates General Authority of Civil Aviation indicated that the pilots tried to abandon the landing process after the main tires had already touched the ground, which prevented taking advantage of the full engine power.
The commission recommended strengthening its pilots’ training in such situations, and Boeing also recommended strengthening “the crew alert system and instruction manual for dealing with it.”
All of the 300 people on board were evacuated unharmed, but a firefighter was killed fighting the flames that broke out in the Boeing 777-300 on a flight from India, after it slipped onto the runway in Dubai airport in August. 2016.