FSX TAM Airbus A321 PR-MBK
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TAM Airbus A321, registration PR-MBK. Crashed Sao Paulo 17 July 2007. Failed to stop and went off the runway, then became airborne, cleared the perimeter fence and a busy highway and collided with a concrete building, bursting into flames. Worst crash involve Airbus A320. Texture only for the default Airbus A321. Repaint by Richard Monnin.
title=Airbus A321 TAM
ui_variation="TAM Linhas Aéreas"
description="TAM Flight 3054 was a regular flight from Porto Alegre (POA) to São Paulo-Congonhas (CGH). The Airbus A.320 departed Porto Alegre at 17:16. The thrust reverser of engine nr.2 was deactivated before the flight.
It was raining as the flight approached São Paulo. The tower controller cleared the flight to land on runway 35L. The runway condition was given as wet and slippery; wind was reported from 330 degrees at 8 knots.
The cockpit voice recorder transcript indicates that the spoilers did not activate after touchdown. It failed to stop and went off the runway. Since the runway is at a higher elevation than the surrounding street and residential area, the A320 probably became airborne, cleared the perimeter fence and a busy highway and collided with a concrete building, bursting into flames."
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