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January 20, 1992: Flight 148 starts its descent towards Strasbourg airport. An Airbus A-320 is the world's first fully computerised passenger plane, and while its autopilot is programmed to land on a specific runway, high winds mean the pilots must take over the controls. But things get out of control and the aircraft suddenly slams into the side of a mountain, killing 87 people. Investigators will enquire as to what caused such confusion, but can they unveil what was to blame?
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