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lfrochao
21st May 2004, 08:31
DOES ANY ONE HAVE A GOOD LOFT SCENARIO FOR B-737-200

panda-k-bear
21st May 2004, 09:46
I'm sure my loft is too small - it'd have to go through a woodchipper first. :}

2FLYEU
21st May 2004, 09:58
Well I see you are based in Mexico....
I would say a good LOFT would be a Volcanic Ash encounter while
enroute + diversion.

It's very common in your area isn't it ?

Regards

lfrochao
22nd May 2004, 19:32
Thanks 2FLYEU.
Your idea is a good one.
Yes, ones in a wild we have volcanic ash at the mexican territory.
Apreciatte your help.
Regards.

Panama Jack
22nd May 2004, 20:46
I imagine you've already dealt with this scenario, however some sort of off-airways vector situation that could result in CFIT? As you know, they have had a few airplanes do so in the past around MMMX.

BlueEagle
23rd May 2004, 00:20
A total radio failure shortly after take off can be an interesting exercise!:E, (Before being positively identified on take-off by radar, that is).

Human Factor
23rd May 2004, 00:27
Try a birdstrike hot, high and heavy with no immediate failures. Followed by loss of 'A' hydraulics then either landing onto a restricting runway with a limiting crosswind or alternatively flying over a large amount of water, wondering what else will fail as a result of the birdstrike damage. Fun.

Laugh, I nearly did, and we had to operate home when they fixed it! :mad: