2014/7/25  
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Grisly scene at the site of TransAsia Airways crash
Investigators today examined the site of a TransAsia Airways crash on the outlying island of Penghu last night. The death toll stands at 48 and another 10 people were injured in the deadliest accident in the airline’s history.

All that remains of TransAsia flight GE-222 is wreckage.

Luggage and pieces of the aircraft lay scattered on the ground beside the three-section home that the plane destroyed. The only part of the plane left intact was the tail, which still showed the ...(more)
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Bad weather being considered as a factor in TransAsia Airways crash
The investigation into the TransAsia Airways crash has begun, and bad weather is being cited by many as a possible culprit. But Taiwan’s aviation regulator cautioned that weather conditions at the time were within approved standards for landing. It also noted that nine planes had landed at Magong Airport between 2 in the afternoon and the time of the crash.

This picture, taken by a ...(more)
Simulation tries to determine if human error a factor in TransAsia Airways crash
Another potential factor in Wednesday’s crash is pilot error. A flight instructor simulated the conditions at the time of the accident to see what the pilot was up against and failed to land the plane safely. But a former commercial airline pilot said aborting a landing should have been as easy as eating with chopsticks.

The weather conditions over Penghu seen Wednesday night are entered ..(more)
Magong Airport in Penghu recognized as challenging place to land
Magung Airport, where the crash occurred, has been a boon to Penghu’s tourism sector. But experts say that its geographic location creates many challenges for pilots.

Penghu’s beautiful natural setting and its annual fireworks festival were big draws in the first half of the year, when 17,000 aircraft carrying more than 1 million people landed at Magong Airport. It’s a route that ..(more)
Time needed to examine black box data
Greater insight into what caused the TransAsia Airways flight to crash is contained in the aircraft’s black boxes. But those black boxes are damaged, and it will take time to recover their data. For now, investigators will work with a team sent by the aircraft manufacturer to try and determine what caused flight GE 222 to crash.

This plane taking off is the same model as the one that ..(more)
82-year-old carpenter was candidate to be named ‘national living treasure’
Among those who died on the ill-fated TransAsia flight was master carpenter Yeh Ken-chuang. Yeh specialized in building traditional Taiwanese wood structures and carvings.

These wood carvings were done by Penghu carpenter Yeh Ken-chuang. Residents who live near this temple in Magong City, Penghu recognize it as Yeh’s work.

Yeh specialized in temple wood carvings. His nephew praised ..(more)
Airline’s chief executive apologizes for fatal crash
TransAsia Airways President Chooi Yee-choong apologized twice after the accident occurred, once on Wednesday night and once this morning. But beyond dealing with the aftermath of the crash, Chooi also had to think about the future of the airline, which had been enjoying unprecedented success and growth until Wednesday’s tragedy.

Bowing to show his remorse, TransAsia Airways President ..(more)
As TransAsia accident shows, sitting toward the back of the plane safest bet
Of the 10 survivors on the TransAsia Airways flight, most were seated in the back half of the plane. Former Air Force pilot Lawrence Rau says that sitting at the back of a plane or near its emergency exits can increase the chances of survival if an accident occurs.

As this plane jostles and passengers prepare for a crash, those seated in the back should count themselves more fortunate ..(more)

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