Copa Airlines Flight 201 (1992)
The Boeing 737 Copa Airlines crash, prompted engineers to improve the cockpit voice recorder. It was Panama’s worst air crash in history. First, the plane died from bad weather. The pilots lost control of the plane as it descended rapidly and crashed into the jungle, killing all 47 people. This crash happened thanks to a series of things, including A loss of control due to false readings, the lack of a visible horizon due to nighttime and the approaching lousy weather, a non-standard cabin configuration, and incomplete simulator training.” The short circuit sent the wrong information to pilots, making a fatal mistake (Simple Flying).