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  1. ...Tenerife Accident, named after Tenerife Island where the accident occurred. ...2 million passengers board more than 30,000 flights—every day. The risk of being killed...

    9 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 13/06/2016

  2. ... Bomber, etc) 3. Air traffic control error (example: Tenerife airport disaster) 4. Suicide (ex: the Germanwings flight that happened a few months ago) 5. Landing too hard (ex: ...

    14 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/08/2015

  3. Not stupid, it's basically all about the physics and characteristics of a 747 aircraft. First it wasn't at the right speed to pull up and climb out, second, if it were to try and turn on the ground it would have been useless. The visibility...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/09/2014

  4. they can't...not 100% at least No matter what you try and do to make something safer there will always be a chance something will go wrong

    9 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 15/09/2013

  5. The answer is rather simple... Runway in use at that time was runway 30 - Using that runway 30 was favored by a slight wind from the northwest - Airplanes always takeoff "against" the wind - They (both) would have used runway 12 if it...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 19/06/2013

  6. ...while before their arrival, a bomb explodes in the terminal. Many flights are rerouted temporarily to Tenerife Airport. KLM 4805 and Pan Am 1736 were two of...

    6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 15/02/2013

  7. No. Two reasons. One is it takes quite a few seconds to extend full flaps on a 747 from takeoff position so there wasn't time to extend them even if he had selected them. Full flaps usually lengthen...

    11 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/09/2012

  8. ... did not assess rightfull comment from Flight engineer "Did the PanAm vacate the runway already?" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenerife_airport_disaster to those who say Capt ...

    20 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/06/2012

  9. ... 4805, a Boeing 747-206B, and Pan Am Flight 1736, a Boeing 747-121, collided at Tenerife, Canary Islands, killing 583 people. There were...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 30/04/2012

  10. That airplane was built before takeoff configuration warning systems were required and obviously the Spanish aviation authorities don't require that such a system be retrofitted. If it had been...

    8 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/03/2012

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