Report: Investigators taking second look at UPS Dubai crash - Business First Federal investigators are taking another look at the crash of a UPS Airlines flight that went down while taking off from Dubai, United Arab Emirates last month, according to a report from MSNBC, which cited a report by its affiliate, NBC-TV. The news comes a day after two bombs were found in cargo that originated in Yemen. One explosive device was found on a UPS Airlines plane in East Midlands, United Kingdom, and another was found on a FedEex flight at the Dubai airport. Several news reports Saturday quoted officials saying the explosives were large enough to down the planes. The NBC report quoted an unnamed U.S. official as saying, “People are obviously taking another hard look at why that plane went down, but no hard conclusions have been reached yet."