The conclusion will be he wasnt qualified to fly relying on instruments and for hire or reward.What can the AAIB conclude when most of the aircraft is still bouncing around at the bottom of the seabed? It'll be the usual nonsense of blaming pilot error, of which certainly played a part, rather than find fault with the aircraft. Aircraft don't tend to fall out the sky just for one reason or fault, and the carbon monoxide findings pay testament to that. But without the plane, they'll put full blame on the pilot
The conclusion will be he wasnt qualified to fly relying on instruments and for hire or reward.
The pilot and the company behind the flight , supplying the pilot are at fault from the prelims inquiry.
The carbon monoxide thing shouldn't even be an issue imo.
This is the thing tho.So it's normal having carbon monoxide filling a cabin, and also Sala texting to say it sounded like the plane was falling apart?. The aircraft was a piece of shit, no fucker there to look over/maintain the aircraft the 3 days or whatever it was sat on the ground for. This in addition to an unqualified colour blind pilot flying in weather that most experienced pilots wouldnt risk
This is the thing tho.
What happens if you are not licensed to drive a car but it catches on fire killing everyone.
The journey should not have took place in the very first instance
Totally agree with you. The aviation world is a weird one though, until they deem sufficient numbers have died they do bugger all about it, and its the innocent ones that end up suffering the most
The pilots on PPRUNE are rightfully up in arms about it, as it's putting genuine operators who follow all the maintenance rules and licensing etc out of business, whilst the dangerous cowboys are thriving.
Amazed at this publication so soon afterwards. Even more surprised at the back page synopsis saying it wasn't an accident.
i'm gonna stop buying the telegraphClickbait s*** by dodgy Harry Harris. If the fans had any self-respect about them they would treat this, inside bullshit, with the contempt that it deserves. This needs to be regarded the same way that Liverpool fans responded to the Sun newspaper. A terrible tragedy that psychologically unbalanced the club during a critical period of the season.