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Originally posted by Ivar_Karlsen
Originally posted by AnonymousCitizenToo bad it was taking off, not landing.
Another possible explanation is that one of the pilots flipped the wrong switch, i've done it more than a few times myself.
Easily done when the hand is ahead of the brain after a hasty turnaround.
Originally posted by Vinny5036
1. Land and wait on gate assignment
2. Taxi (yielding to departing crafts)
3. Off load (after all passengers and FA's disembark)
4. FAA/Airline Post flight, Log Book, Check Out/Turn Around, Maintenance Chits
5. Leave the airport and walk to your vehicle
6. Drive home
Originally posted by AnonymousCitizenAt least 10-12 times?
Me? I've accumulated over 3,600 hours of flying..have a private, instrument, instructor instrument, commercial, and multi engine certifications.
Originally posted by weemadmental
reply to post by AnonymousCitizen
what type of aircraft was it ?
Commercial airliners sometimes use their landing lights in poor conditions or in crowded airspace for easy ID, there are also permitted times when jet liners are changing flight level they flash their lights as an indication.
Private jets such as the learjet have specially designed lights for this purpose to