Is it legal to make fake photos about the Air France Flight 447 accident?
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|Jun 16th, 2011, 01:52 PM||#31|
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Questions Remain After Air France Crash Report
BEA Report, Air France Flight 447 Crash - Pilots Lacked Proper Training
The BEA (Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety) which is an agency of the French government, responsible for investigating aviation accidents and making safety recommendations released a report in July which indicated the pilots had not been trained to fly the aircraft by hand or to recognize signs of malfunctioning speed sensors.
Dr Rob Hunter, British Airline Pilots Association’s (BALPA) Head of Safety and Security, said, the ‘report confirms the cold facts about the aircraft’s last moments which led to this tragic crash. An even bigger tragedy will be if this investigation descends into a blame-game and the lessons are not fully learned.
‘The pilots were flying an advanced and highly automated aircraft – an Airbus A330. As far back as 1996 Dr Kathy Abbott of the USA’s Federal Aviation Administration raised concerns about the difficulties pilots can have in flying such aircraft. It is a matter of deep concern to us that the industry has not yet fully addressed her report’s recommendations.’
Dr Hunter also commented: ‘We know that this accident occurred at the time of day when pilots – like all of us – are naturally less alert – during their “circadian low”. And we need to note that this was a European crew on a very long trans-Atlantic returning flight. Therefore to what extent might fatigue have contributed to this accident?’
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