Dense Clouds And Icing Could Have Led To Plane’s Crash

aeroplane-aircraft-passenger-air-bus

Ice typically builds up when tiny cloud droplets impact and freeze on the leading edges, or front surfaces, of the plane. The ice alters airflow over the wing and tail, reducing the lift force that keeps the plane in the air, and potentially causing aerodynamic stall—a condition that can lead to a temporary loss of control.
NewsS

SHARE