By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Investigators say a mishap involving a US Airways flight at Philadelphia International Airport two years ago was “probably” due to pilot error.

Mistakes by the US Airways flight crew were the likely cause of an aborted takeoff in March 2014 that wound up with 149 passengers evacuating down the emergency slides.

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The National Transportation Safety Board says the flight’s first officer entered the wrong runway into the flight computer, and when she tried to correct it, didn’t enter the proper thrust and speed necessary for the correct runway.

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That caused a cockpit alarm that the captain dismissed until the plane was beyond the proper liftoff speed. Then he decided to abort the takeoff.

The Airbus bound for Fort Lauderdale briefly got off the ground, but the plane’s tail struck the runway and the nose gear collapsed as the plane skidded on the runway.

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No one was injured.