Aeroméxico: the bad weather caused the plane crash
The final report will be published by the end of the month
Aeromexico's Embraer ERJ-190 plane crashed on August 1 during take-off from Durango airport fell due to bad weather. This was stated by the man who runs the investigative group of the Mexican civil aviation agency, Jose Armando Constantino, who during a press conference confirmed what was thought from the beginning, namely: "there is no evidence to say that the engines had a mechanical or technical problem, because the air speed indicates that there were many fluctuations due to microbursts ".
So to cause the crash where by miracle none of the 103 people on board was killed or seriously injured were extraordinary meteorological factors. The human error of the pilots was also excluded because "the crew could not know that it should not take off". However, within this month the final report on the accident will be published in which all the conclusions will be announced.
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