Old 2nd Aug 2015, 15:09
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Generally, yes, it looks like we agree. However, I was specifically referring to your comment
In limiting weather the handling pilot must continually make a decision: can I continue to land or is this all getting too much?
and suggested that perhaps it's often better for the Captain to be PM in dynamic situations where the legal and practical merits of continuing an approach are best assessed by the more experienced pilot without the added burden of flying the plane.


poor weather
I was indeed referring to weather close to visibility limits. This was in the context of the general argument that it is preferable for the Captain to be pilot monitoring in certain situations. This wasn't one of them.

Sorry to confuse you lot! I should have been more clear.
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