On 9 October 2002, Northwest Airlines flight 85 is cruising at 35,000 feet (10,668 metres) above the Bering Sea on its way to Tokyo, when its lower rudder suddenly deflects to the left.
29 December 2011 (Canada)
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On the landing roll-out, the reconstruction shows tall mountains right behind the plane. Since the flight landed on runway 6R, there would have been no mountains this close. If anything, the mountains should be in front of the airplane (in the east), not behind it (in the west). See more