posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 07:36 PM
reply to post by sylent6
The NTSB has found nothing wrong, there were no reports of problems from the crew, there were no reports of problems from the passengers. The only
thing said by them that seemed odd, was that they appeared to be low at the end of the approach before they hit the sea wall.
Believe it or not, pilots make mistakes. There was no glideslope from the ILS, there was a new pilot to the aircraft, and a new instructor with him.
Guess what? They screwed up.
The 777 has by far the best safety record of any aircraft built. The two people killed were the first two ever killed on it (and one may have been
killed by first responders on accident), and this is only the third hull loss accident ever, since 1995.
edit on 7/8/2013 by Zaphod58
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