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Icelandair rollercoaster (investigation report)

Old 31st Jan 2003, 15:27
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I'll do without the full suite of physical sensations, especially hitting the ground, and engineering will doubtless prefer not having to do a structural check after each such exercise in a real a/c.

While a simulator scenario may not reproduce the precise sensations, there are still valuable lessons to be learned here.
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Old 3rd Feb 2003, 06:08
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Seems to me that it was blind adherence to automation gone mad. All the pilot had to do was to click off the FD and A/T and do a leisurely raw data go-around using basic ADI and manual throttle to a sensible body attitude. Nothing could be more safer or more simple. Unthinking reliance on automatics has killed more than one crew and passengers and frightened a few hundred more.

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