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Old 28th Dec 2014, 07:37
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p.j.m
 
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Originally Posted by JCviggen View Post
That (last) ADS-B data point does show 32,000 feet, so it was before the climb, hence it's no surprise to see a normal speed in those normal conditions. If speed decayed it would've been later than this point.
As far as we know, ATC never gave permission to climb, so the aircraft was still at 32,000 feet, until whatever happened, happened.
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