Plane Takeoff Failures Caught On Camera - DC Machines

Plane Takeoff Failures Caught On Camera

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In addition to Sully's background as a military pilot, I believe it was his experience as a certified glider pilot that brought that plane down flawlessly in the Hudson. Aerosucre didn't crash because of an outdated flight manual, they crashed because it's aerosucre. I always find it incredible how they manage to find the cause of a plane crash by examining the parts of the plane, even though they’ve been destroyed and burned up. You should speak about Robert Piché, a canadien civilian pilot, who landed his Airbus 330-200 before gliding for the 20 minutes because there was no more gas aboard on their way to Portugal. They changed course of fllight and landed on the Azores. He saved the lives of 293 passengers and 13 crew members. It is considered the greatest achieve feat of the last 50 years of civilian steering by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). Chesley B. Sullenberger was a flight instructor, an airline accident investigator, an F-4 pilot in the United States Air Force, and, maybe most relevant to the landing in the Hudson River, a GLIDER PILOT.

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