It's cool, but if it had been a Boeing, there is a good chance they would have STILL had power enough to land safely...
Well, I know you know far more about aviation than I do. But even if a Boeing lost both of its engines I don't see how it would have more power.
That's probly the coolest thing I'll see all day"Unable"With that one word transmission, he said "Sorry, I won't be able to make it back to the runway. As a matter of fact, I really don't have time to talk to you. I'm screaming towards the ground at over 100 mph, and I'm probably about to die a horrible death being shoved headfirst through two inches of glass, while on fire, but that's alright, as long as I sound good on the radio while it's happening."It's all in the tone of voice.I'm betting he was prior Air Force. We practice "radio voice" all the time.
Is that a special class in boot camp?
Just watched the History Channel's presentation on this. Amazing.
I need to see if I can find that and watch it.