Old 14th Nov 2018, 20:04
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asdf1234
 
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Originally Posted by dClbydalpha View Post
I'd assumed that collective increase was part of the initiation of the next manoeuvre and was accompanied by a pedal input to anticipate the increase in torque. In this case only one happened and the aircraft climbed for a short time.
The AAIB reports are always concise in their use of language and never leave room for ambiguity of interpretation. If the climb was as a result of the transition procedure they would either omit the climb event or positively correlate the climb to the transition procedure . They mention the climb subsequent to the TR loss of authority because it is an event of interest to them .

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