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Old 25th Aug 2019, 11:54
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Originally Posted by GlueBall View Post
Without having to THINK, an experienced captain with sufficient manual flying skills would not need to know if MCAS, ordinary runaway stab trim or ambiguous autopilot stab trim inputs were causing the uncommanded nose-down trim. Such trim anomaly at low altitude would automatically trigger a self-preserving INSTINCTIVE response of stopping the trim-in-motion forward moving stabilizer wheel either with his knee, right thigh or right hand and simultaneously ordering the F/O to cut off the electric stab trim switches, or doing that by himself, while simultaneously clicking off the A/P and A/T.
Seems the simulator only passed the military test pilots on this not the "airline pilot" and Sully agrees.

If that simple, the fix was months ago - not still in the waiting or the need to think! The problem is bigger than an experienced captain.
Bend alot is online now