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    Let me clarify a bit. Your statements are quite...

    Let me clarify a bit. Your statements are quite black and white, and capricious at some points.

    The only "perfect" instruments in the PFD were the AI. The altimeters and vertical speed indicators...
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    Yes I do. With both of them.

    Yes I do. With both of them.
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    As far as I know, this is a Southwest-specific...

    As far as I know, this is a Southwest-specific policy, and again, it is only the forward galley. I've taken 8 SW flight last week and in each of them they made that announcement about not standing...
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    According to yourself, he was going to pull up...

    According to yourself, he was going to pull up anyway because he had decided to climb to 37000 ft.
    If he attempted to correct a 300 ft deviation with such a zoom climb, he lacked basic airmanship...
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    That's what I've said. No announcement about...

    That's what I've said. No announcement about closing the door of the lav. But also it is not about not congregating in the galleys, only the FWD galley. And it is not "congregating" (which sounds...
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    First 20 seconds starting at AP disconnect (red...

    First 20 seconds starting at AP disconnect (red vertical line).

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    Do you mean that the 3 altimeters and 2 vertical...

    Do you mean that the 3 altimeters and 2 vertical speed indicators did not capture the essence of the zoom climb with the altimeters winding up quickly and the vertical speed indicator showing...
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    Let me guess it was the forward lav? You...

    Let me guess it was the forward lav?

    You cannot stand in the area of the cockpit door. If you are in the lav, the door needs to be closed. If you want to go to the lav and it is occupied, you...
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    I took 8 flights in the last 4 days, and in 3 of...

    I took 8 flights in the last 4 days, and in 3 of them we have the FA making a PA like "We are missing Mr John Doe, is John Doe on board?" and, surely enough, in all 3 cases Mr Doe was on board. That...
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    Hey, but you can then blame the bull!!! (is...

    Hey, but you can then blame the bull!!! (is anybody getting my point?)
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    Or the inability to crash it against your target...

    Or the inability to crash it against your target of choice anywhere you want 1000 miles around.
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    Yes, we've all seen that. Public overreacting....

    Yes, we've all seen that. Public overreacting. But we've all seen the other too: crew overreacting.

    And I would say that it is the responsibility of the crew rather that the public to be...
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    http://avherald.com/h?article=4cbe8434&opt=0 ...

    http://avherald.com/h?article=4cbe8434&opt=0



    Two week earlier....



    Acomment from an AvHerlad reader, which I totally agree:
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    I really don't understand this. Aircraft can be...

    I really don't understand this. Aircraft can be put out of CG, they are not CG-proof. Dispatchers and pilots are responsible for that.

    It happens from time to time that an airplane is dispatched...
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    After I got a boarding pass with seat A, I can go...

    After I got a boarding pass with seat A, I can go to a kiosk and change my seat to B. Now seat A becomes available for someone else but I can still keep that old, now not current, boarding pass with...
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    Evan, he was pulling up all the time on average,...

    Evan, he was pulling up all the time on average, and I am talking about short-term moving average, not just overall...

    Now, ok, in a "traditional" plane (including Boeing FBW), you pull say 1/4...
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    Yes... the altimeters did go down a bit when the...

    Yes... the altimeters did go down a bit when the almost-totally-static-pressure ports lost the fine-tuning correction of the total-pressure ports (i.e. the difference between the almost-totally and...
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    Wheee!!!! Im-prov-time, im-prove-time!!! I know,...

    Wheee!!!! Im-prov-time, im-prove-time!!! I know, I know! Let's pull a 1.5 G 7000 fpm 2500 ft climb and when the stall warning starts shouting "stall stall" let's "pull up all the time" all the way to...
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    This paragraph is absolutely baseless. There is...

    This paragraph is absolutely baseless. There is no evidence or hint whatsoever than any of that transpired up there (all the way to down there). I would say it is not even likely. I will only concede...
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    The following applies to the USA, that's why I...

    The following applies to the USA, that's why I was asking if there is anything equivalent in the JAR / EASA, because I could not find it:



    (b) doesn't apply because it is for airplanes with...
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    Except that wasn't the case. Samos, Izmir,...

    Except that wasn't the case.

    Samos, Izmir, Athens, Tripoli, Sofia, Istanbul, Bari, Rome, Palermo, Bucharest, Budapest, Sarajevo, Bratislava and Vienna, among others, were closer than Prague from...
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    Do we have any residet european pilot? Doesn't...

    Do we have any residet european pilot? Doesn't JAR / EASA have an equvalent to 14 CFR 121.565 (Engine inoperative: Landing; reporting), 91.3 (Responsibility and authority of the pilot in command) and...
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    Fixed

    Fixed
  24. Just joking, I am not as an acronym-phobic guy...

    Just joking, I am not as an acronym-phobic guy like our aggie friend.

    Sorry for misleading you. I do know about the issue of the G+Y hydro systems failing in cascade, the PTU, the PTU logic...
  25. Wow, that almost looks like communication!

    Wow, that almost looks like communication!
  26. We are not familiar with OEB-47 1.0 but we are...

    We are not familiar with OEB-47 1.0 but we are familiar with MOD 34236 + 35879 / SB 29-1115 and MOD 35938 / SB 29-1126.
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    Fixed, and I guess you can start with whatever...

    Fixed, and I guess you can start with whatever you had at that time and work from there. 12 degrees higher is possibly not a good target.
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    Does the 172 have a G-on-stick stick? This plot...

    Does the 172 have a G-on-stick stick? This plot shows that the pilot was actively commanding more than 1 G almost 100% of the time, and quite more than 1G most of the time..

    Yes, it is an...
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    Proof of your confirmation bias: Me: ...

    Proof of your confirmation bias:

    Me:



    You:


    Ok, Evan, when you want to turn left, just turn your steering wheel counterclockwise. Nothing else is needed.
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    I am absolutely open to that possibility. It is...

    I am absolutely open to that possibility. It is one of the 2 options that he lacked said airmanship during his actively self-induced upset: Either he never had it OR he had it and suddenly lost it...
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    Evan, as it happened in the past, your...

    Evan, as it happened in the past, your confirmation bias doesn't let you read what I wrote (and "read" also has more than one meaning).

    I am already tired of saying "I didn't say that" or "context...
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    Don't worry. Neither am I, or the vast majority...

    Don't worry. Neither am I, or the vast majority of currently-alive Spanish-speaking persons.
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    Ha! The understatement of the week.

    Ha! The understatement of the week.
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    Wow, reading not only in Spanish but in medieval...

    Wow, reading not only in Spanish but in medieval Spanish!!!
    Try The Cid the next time. That will be fun (or not).

    By the way, here, use it for copy-paste:
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    You are distorting, to say the least, my...

    You are distorting, to say the least, my position. That AT THE MOMENT OF THE INCIDENT he lacked a firm grasp of the most basic airmanship is a fact. And the pull up was excessive (by way too much ,...
  36. Nope. Total disregard for basic typemanship.

    Nope. Total disregard for basic typemanship.
  37. Ha! It was intended to be tailpipe.

    Ha! It was intended to be tailpipe.
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    Here is the full quote: ...you can choose to try...

    Here is the full quote:
    ...you can choose to try to understand this from the point of view of startle factor, deceiving indications and flawed logic (flawed judgment) driving intentional acts...
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    Oh, I forgot. I am not arguing with that...

    Oh, I forgot.



    I am not arguing with that in general (I could criticize some lesser wording there but I will not bother).

    What I am SERIOUSLY questioning is whether that would have made a...
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    This is what you said: "... you can choose to...

    This is what you said:

    "... you can choose to try to understand this from the point of view of startle factor, deceiving indications and flawed logic (flawed judgment) driving intentional acts...
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