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Old 07-07-2013, 07:29 PM   #1
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I was hesitant to post a picture but there is skepticism concerning landing.

Boeing 777 crashes tail first. Apparently work is being done at San Francisco International Airport and this particular landing strip has been undergoing construction. Typically there is some sort of sophisticated support within the cockpit to assist pilots in landing perception. However, do to the construction landing signals of primitive nature were used. News agents report regardless of less superior technique the pilots had plenty notice of low altitude approaching runway and may be at fault.



It's the general consensus not to take life too seriously but when it can change during the blink of an eye, I, myself have the need to think otherwise

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Old 07-08-2013, 10:55 AM   #2
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15 hospitalized with spinal injures
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2 girls died having their spines snapped

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15 hospitalized with spinal injures
2 paralyzed
2 girls died having their spines snapped

Not accurate, first reports...or maybe just the one I linked to...I couldn't imagine few injuries, so was a bit surprised by the figures I came across.
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wow just so sad
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Just heard the pilot had minimal experience and was coming in at some 20 odd knots (or 20 MPH) too slow. If that isn't sad enough, there was 3 seasoned pilots riding passenger
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There is a lot of work that has to be done to put together the events that lead to the acft being behind the power curve on the approach.

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Just heard the pilot had minimal experience and was coming in at some 20 odd knots (or 20 MPH) too slow. If that isn't sad enough, there was 3 seasoned pilots riding passenger
10000 hours is not minimal experience. While he may have been transitioning into this airframe getting behind the power curve on approach is a major nono in jet acft of all types.

Wait for the NTSB report to come out, that is what they do. They will spell it all out.

I don't like talking about this kind of stuff because soooo many people have opinions on what happened before they know all of the facts. The NTSB will put it all together.
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That a boy. I was hoping someone legit would offer view. Reporters are nobody to trust. They said he only had 43 hours with a Boeing 777. I'd like to know what aircraft his previous experience was with. 20 years in my Subi doesn't qualify me to drive a Vet, or a city bus full of people.

But for all I know it may not matter with birds.

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