|Quoting YYZatcboy (Reply 10):|
I don't think that's what he means. I think he means where did the crew following the proper procedures directly lead to a crash. (Not where it was a mtc fault with no crew input like TWA800)
|Quoting Max Q (Reply 12):|
This accident was entirely due to poor design. No Boeing or Lockheed Aircraft of that era or since would have suffered such a failure.
|Quoting Starlionblue (Reply 13):|
Not entirely. If AA maintenance had followed the proper procedure in removing and replacing the DC-10 engines during service the engine would not have come off the wing.
|Quoting flyingturtle (Reply 15):|
Upon much thought, I could not come up with ANY accident that was caused or rendered possible by adhering to procedures. This is especially true when you combine the procedures that are used by engineers, aircraft assemblers, maintenance personell, aircrew, ATC, crew schedulers and everybody else that has to do with airplanes.
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