Hmmm....wouldn't be too sure about ruling out foul play.Mr Mourino had been in charge of security during the government's violent battle with Mexico's powerful drug cartels, and his death is a big blow, says BBC Americas analyst Warren Bull.
Thanks for the fix.It's fixed now. Sorry for the wrong link!
Yeah, just a simple thing like actually listening to ATC, can save your azz.Read up on the Citation V at Billings about 15 years ago. My friend Dan, a new copilot rode to his and 7 or 8 others deaths, telling the as%fuc# they were flying up the tail pipes of a 757. It was the second GA crash behind a 757. That was when the lights were coming on regarding 75/76 turb. Sounds the same.
Not really, don't have the #'s but I'm sure its more than that.. I've been behind 767/757 in a bigger a/c and have gotten some real nice jolts and rolls...can't imagine what a corporate a/c would do. More reason to do one of those T6 upset courses.Thanks for the fix.
1:24 should have been enough time for that wake to have dissipated, at least to a level beyond 300 feet below where the 767 was at that point.
You never know though.
Too bad they didn't slow down when they were told to. Don't understand why pilots would ignore an ATC instruction for 2 full minutes. Whats the rush. IF it was wake turbulence, they could have avoided this accident. ATC should have been more assertive and told them again to slow down immediately. But still, the pilots have control of the plane, not ATC, so..............