Old 10th Aug 2018, 13:24
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Alpine Flyer
 
Join Date: Jun 2001
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Originally Posted by Volume View Post
The sad aspect is, in this case the investigation has nothing to find. The wreakage will tell no story, there will be no "smoking gun". There will be no corrective action. It happened a thousand times before, it will always happen.
Inspection of the engines and fuselage will show whether there were any engine/propeller/structural issues and analysis of surviving video recordings might help to understand the flight path and at least some of the flight dynamics. There must have been at least half a dozen cameras running in that airplane. There was one in the Embraer in Durango a couple of days ago and that was a normal airline flight without much to see outside, so there must have been more on a scenic flight with an Oldtimer passing spectacular landscape.
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