Ab Initio is the best...
- Jan 9, 2005
- Total Time
The plane was on the ground for a good 3-4 seconds and didn't loose any speed. Looks like the FO never brought the power to flight idle. And he was about 5-10 knots fast too.
hotwings402 said:How did they find out he was taking meds? Did he volunteer it after the accident? Geez.
hotwings402 said:Thats true, I'm sure theres alot of guys on this board that have had anxiety at some point or even depression but please guys don't take this stuff while flying, its probably worse than drinking and flying.
T-prop said:Results of EGF 5401 Accident Investigation
[font=verdana, arial, helvetica]SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
As a result of the investigation of the Executive Airlines Flight 5401 accident, the National Transportation Safety Board makes the following recommendations.
To the Federal Aviation Administration:
Require all 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 121 and 135 air carriers to incorporate bounced landing recovery techniques in their flight manuals and to teach these techniques during initial and recurrent training. [/font]
May 9, 2001, the physician wrote in the pilot's medical records, in part: "26-year-old male comes in today for "years" of ongoing chest and throat tightness. ... He says it often comes on when there is bad weather and he has to fly, or when he has to give his briefing talk to several people."