How a collection of minor factors caused 747 overrun in Halifax

The cargo-carrying jumbo was on a multi-leg flight linking Chicago with Changsha/Huanghua in China when it ran off the end of the runway while landing in the Canadian city

A Boeing 747-400F overran the runway while landing at Halifax/Stanfield International in November 2018 because of late braking from the crew, a recent report by the Canadian Transportation Safety Board has found. 

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