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Stord: Atlantic Airways Flight 670, Stord Airport, S rstokken, Leirvik, HaugesundStord Region, Triangle Link, Magne Rommetveit, F yno, Sagv g

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Published May 28th 2010
ISBN : 9781157196181
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32 pages
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Chapters: Atlantic Airways Flight 670, Stord Airport, Sorstokken, Leirvik, Haugesund/Stord Region, Triangle Link, Magne Rommetveit, Foyno, Sagvag, Huglo, . Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a freeMoreChapters: Atlantic Airways Flight 670, Stord Airport, Sorstokken, Leirvik, Haugesund/Stord Region, Triangle Link, Magne Rommetveit, Foyno, Sagvag, Huglo, . Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Atlantic Airways Flight 670 was a chartered flight between Stavanger Airport, Sola and Molde Airport, Aro with an intermediate landing at Stord Airport, Sorstokken. At 07:35, on October 10, 2006, the aircraft, a British Aerospace 146-200, slid off the runway and burst into flames while landing at Stord in Norway. The aircraft had 16 people on board, 12 passengers and a crew of 4. Atlantic Airways chief Magni Arge said that eleven of the passengers were Norwegian and one foreigner. Three of the crew members were Faroese, and one was a Dane. News reports first indicated that 13 people had been rescued. Later it emerged that only 12 people, among them the pilots, had been rescued from the fire and that four died - three Norwegian passengers and one Faroese flight attendant. The aircraft was one of several carrying construction workers for Aker Kvaerner Stord to construction at Aukra related to the Ormen Lange field. The pilot of another Atlantic Airways flight which landed 20 minutes earlier did not report any unusual landing conditions at the airport though the runway was wet from rain. On September 2, about a month prior to this accident, an Atlantic Airways flight was forced to make an emergency landing at Bergen Airport, Flesland due to failure to extend the flaps. Although the flaps can be considered a part of the braking system, they are mainly used in the air, to increase lift to enable a lower flight and landing speed. The flaps failure in September 2006 was detected before the scheduled landing at Vagar Airport as a part of the in-flight checks and the pl...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=7378