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Old 3rd Mar 2008, 11:40
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Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Chicago
Posts: 33
In my humble opinion they made the right decision to poor on the coals and get the hell out.
Truth be told they probably should gone missed a lot earlier, requested a different runway or go through any other options at their disposal. The approach was fairly stabilized up until the point of flare where it all began to unravel. With the wingtip contacting the runway surface obviously their decision wasn't the safest or best course of action.
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