Libya crash investigators say no technical fault
Air plane accidents are normally fatal that was exactly happened to Libyan airliner Airbus A 330 killing all on board except one 8 year old boy. On 12 may 2010 the ill fated aircraft crashed landed at Tripoli airport and perished. The lone survivor is an eight year old boy, which is considered a miracle.
The Libyan Commission of Investigation probed the accident and has come out with the initial report that states no technical fault found in the aircraft. The commission collected data from two black boxes, and then analyzed those data to conclude their findings. The Commission report has been seen by Reuters. Naji Dhaw, the Chief of the Commission in Libya reiterated that no technical fault in the plane was found. The interesting part of the report is ruling out any fire in the plane before landing or any evidence of a terrorist act.
Therefore, with no indication towards the possible reason for the crashed landing, the matter remains in the dark for the moment.
Al Arabia TV channel though revealed soon after the crash while quoting unnamed source that the pilot error is the possible cause of the crashed landing known from the preliminary findings.