UAPilot7
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Happy Y2K, But For Pax? Nope!

Sat Jan 01, 2000 2:27 pm

Happy New Millenium, Happy New Century, Happy New year, Happy New Month, Happy new day, Happy new hour, Happy new minute, happy new second, happy new mili-second! LOL Well, already, rumors are spreading of a British Airways plane that all of a sudden, uncommandedly, the auto-pilot turned off. Details will emerge. I will try to inform, but anyone else with information, please feel free to add in! Plane? Destination and Original Location? Registration? Thank-you!
 
Buff
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RE: Happy Y2K, But For Pax? Nope!

Sat Jan 01, 2000 2:58 pm

Yes. It happened at 50 feet above TDZE. Unbelievable. Those guys still know how to land the airplane OFF the autopilot. BA: They're the best. No question.

Happy New Year!

Buff

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