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Old 15th May 2014, 07:57
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Join Date: Jul 2011
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Initially it was a technical malfunction. What led to a situation where proper pilot reaction was needed. This was not given. And to be honest the reaction needed was very basic and easy, but still not given. This is considered pilot error and you can not deny that pilots are not to blame at all. BUT not proper training and human factors are definitly important causations.

It is quite obvious why the outcome of both reports are so different. one was done by BEA (frensh authority for safety). For them it is important that people keep on flying AIR FRANCE. The other is done on request by airbus. Need more to say!!!

One thing is indeed really worrying:
(As Winnerhofer said And do not forget that we had a BEA report w
ith recommendations for aviation safety. These recommendations have unfortunately not been implemented: it's really dramatic, we must address this problem.
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