N757ST wrote:I don’t know how unstable they were but on its face that’s not newsworthy, unless they were REALLY unstable.
zeke wrote:N757ST wrote:I don’t know how unstable they were but on its face that’s not newsworthy, unless they were REALLY unstable.
My brain matter makes 800 ft at 7 mm about 1430 ft below profile. Air India got lower at Hong Kong, I think down to around 200 ft above water.
conaly wrote:I've plotted the FR24-path (with some minor tweaks/corrections, to match the data from avherald) into Google Earth for another forum and almost fell out of my chair, when I saw the results:
The red lines show the first approach, which went far to steep and was recovered at around 700ft AGL, the green lines show the second normal approach. Damn, how can they fly this steep at such a low altitude? A few more seconds of descend and they'd have crashed into the city (Rüsselsheim). There must have been more than one thing gone wrong.
DEFlyboy wrote:What is Airbus system logic? Can you capture glide without having captured localizer assuming they were still in auto flight.
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