posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 12:18 AM
reply to post by Phoenix
The same condition has led to at least half a dozen crashes in recent years, as well as a number of near accidents. It has nothing to do with a
"sane" crew or not. You can't climb out and retry, because you're listening to your brain, which is telling you that you have to get the nose down,
instead of looking at your instruments, which would tell you that you were in a nose down position.
Just a few of the accidents caused by this:
China Airlines A300-600, Nagoya Japan: 264 dead
Gulf Air A320, Bahrain: 143 dead
Airmavia A320, Sochi Russia: 113 dead
Afriqiyah A330, Tripoli Libya: 103 dead
That's just four accidents caused by this from 1994 onward. There were more before these, and there will be more after this one.
11/20/2013 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)