Old 25th Dec 2018, 15:50
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BluSdUp
 
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I, for one would deem the current procedure NOT appropriate , considering the result!

Now , I am sure they can pull out the old card : It hardly ever happens that someone gets it wrong!
Well that was OK until the Max as the misaligned AoA sensor was just a faulty indicator and did not lead to an uncontrollable aircraft via false trim input ( only needing one crew error to open up the last hole in the cheese.)

I am looking forward to see what was actually done, and it would be nice to know if this has been done before and if an aircraft has gotten airborne with same error.
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