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Its from my understanding and reading transcripts of take offs and landings that the captain not the first officer signs off with and radios in for lanfing atc and "good night" was uttered last words by the co pilot 45 mins after take off I find that strange and not the norm
Australia is sending several aircraft to fly over and inspect 2 pieces of floating debris. I hope they don't crash into each other! ...
reply to post by roadgravel
Not necessarily take off communications...yes it reached its cruising altitude but its customary that the captain sign and sign off with atc whether localized or entering foreign airspace hence im asking isnt it unusual its confirmed via vouce recognizance that in fact it was the 27 year old co pilot who was signing off when simaltanouesly they were about to enter Vietnamese airspace and that is the first officers role to inform the captain. Multitasking much ?
No way an 80 foot piece of a crashed airliner would still be floating after 12 days.