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Pilot inaction due to the effects of "startle" at unexpected engine failure

21 Mar 2016
On 7 October 2012, a pilot lost control of their aircraft shortly after take off from Antigua when the right engine stopped due to the presence of water in the corresponding fuel tank. The reason why the pilot had been unable to keep control of the aircraft was not explained.
Source Skybrary


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