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Old 9th Jan 2019, 18:48
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Mr Angry from Purley
 
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Originally Posted by anchorhold View Post
Yes, but the primary factor in this accident was the licencing authorities (UK CAA) and the flight operations inspectors (WC) not to require sufficient conversion to the 737-400 instrumentation. Likewise the UK CAA had up to this point delayed the implementation of CRM despite the directive from ICAO, hence the barrier that existed between flight crew and cabin crew.
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I'm not sure it was a primary factor for sure one of the swiss cheese holes absolutely. I saw the aircraft coming down as it went past the Church in Kegworth. I was convinced it was an ATP (the BM flight from LHR came in at the same time). The wife vividly remembers the flames, with my dodgy eyesight I can still remember the horrible clanking noise from the stricken engine (thus why i thought it was the ATP)
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