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Old 16th Jan 2017, 20:35
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framer
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: 41S174E
Age: 52
Posts: 2,767
From a pilots perspective, is there anything we can do to avoid this happening? I sometimes look down at the extreme angles the tug gets into and wonder if it would be best to stop, disconnect, straighten the tow bar and then start again but as I know little about the tug drivers job I have never interrupted the process.
For you tug drivers out there, why does this happen? Is it simply an error of judgement much like when we make the mistake of taxiing past the STOP mark on the bay?
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