Experts assess why this plane fell off a cliff

On October 10, 2006, Atlantic Airways Flight 670 overran the runway at Stord Airport in Norway, and careened off a nearby cliff. At first, investigators suspected a wet runway—but the evidence points elsewhere. (2:24)

Latest Videos

Preview thumbnail for video'Why the Apollo 11 Crew Was Quarantined Upon Return
Why the Apollo 11 Crew Was Quarantined Upon Return (2:59)
Preview thumbnail for video'How Neil Armstrong Trained to Land the Lunar Module
How Neil Armstrong Trained to Land the Lunar Module (2:13)
Preview thumbnail for video'Why Interest in Space Travel Waned After Apollo 11
Why Interest in Space Travel Waned After Apollo 11 (2:48)
Preview thumbnail for video'How Angled Flight Decks Revolutionized Aircraft Carrier Flight Decks
How Angled Flight Decks Revolutionized Aircraft Carrier Flight Decks (2:53)
Preview thumbnail for video'These British Fighter Planes Ruled The Skies Of Dunkirk
These British Fighter Planes Ruled The Skies Of Dunkirk (4:00)
Preview thumbnail for video'This Legless Pilot Was A World War II Flying Ace
This Legless Pilot Was A World War II Flying Ace (3:40)
Preview thumbnail for video'Germany suffered big losses at the hands of the P-38
Germany suffered big losses at the hands of the P-38 (3:24)
Preview thumbnail for video'How Henry Ford went from pacifist to major supplier of World War I
How Henry Ford went from pacifist to major supplier of World War I (2:56)
Preview thumbnail for video'How the P-38 flew faster and higher than its rivals
How the P-38 flew faster and higher than its rivals (2:57)