.

Newly discovered evidence on Lima Bolivia flight LMI-2933 crash suggests the pilot was aware fuel levels in the plane were dangerously low.

Cockpit recordings show Miguel Quiroga, pilot of the plane, requested an emergency landing due to fuel problems. Landing priority, however, was given to another nearby plane which was also experiencing mechanical problems. The plane circled for seven minutes waiting to land and eventually crashed.

This theory implies had the plane landed sooner, the accident may have been prevented.

An article of this available here.

Friedman Rubin represents airline and helicopter crashes, please visit here for more information.