"Turkish Airlines Crashed Due to Faulty Altimeter
Ted Harris March 6th, 2009 Airline News
The Turkish Airlines flight that crashed last week, killing nine people, close to the Amsterdam airport is said by authorities to have had a faulty altimeter, which shut down the engine. They said that similar shutdowns occurred two other times with the same plane, and the pilots overruled them. Turkish Airlines warned Boeing, the maker of the aircraft, and other carriers that use the B737 to be aware of the issue."
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