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Mr Arslanian confirmed that the missing jet had had a problem calculating its speed, adding that it was a recurring problem on the A330s and that Airbus was undertaking a replacement programme.
"We have seen a certain number of these types of faults on the A330," Mr Arslanian said. "There is a programme of replacement, of improvement."
Originally posted by jkrog08
reply to post by mikesingh
I am thinking that a flare could possibly cause the magnetic anomaly to descend to 30,000 feet.
What struck me as "unusual" was the captains announcement prior to takeoff that we would be cruising at an altitude of 30,000 feet.
Originally posted by elohimscience
I find this subject to be very intriguing. I happen to think that the only explanation for this occurrence would not be excepted by the general population and that the truth will not be revealed to us because we are not yet ready.
Again, some parts of this accident just aren't making sense.
The bodies of two male passengers were recovered Saturday morning about 70 kilometers south of where Air France Flight 447 emitted its last signals — roughly 400 miles northeast of the Fernando de Noronha islands off Brazil's northern coast.