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Old 31st Jul 2007, 09:43
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SoaringTheSkies, please, not making fun of your post. From a pilot's point of view though, we are taught to reduce the power during landing no matter what aircraft we speak of,
Understood, and from my, very limited, recreational only flying experience, it's the same thing.

IMO this is not a computer problem, technology problem or company culture problem.
Hmm... landing with one engine considerable above idle would be a problem in itself, clearly, but a system that then inhibits all means of deceleration? That I would call a technology problem.

My opinion is based on what still seems to be speculation of what happened, let's not forget that.
I've tried to make it very clear that anything I wrote is based upon the speculation and data we've had in this thread.

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