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Watch as stewardess attempts to land A320

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#21 warmnfuzzyar

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Posted January 16 2016 - 03:54 PM

If Lew Alcindor can fly a plane she can

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#22 bigbore44

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Posted January 16 2016 - 03:54 PM

Good video, thanks for posting. But he could have been a little more descriptive in the location of the controls he was telling her to operate. I was getting frustrated on her behalf.

#23 Patshan

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Posted January 17 2016 - 04:40 PM

I was an Air Traffic Controller for 20 years. The Airbus has a CAT3 button that will allow the plane to autoland once lined up with the MLS approach. I have been in the cockpit for it and the pilots just cross their arms and let the aircraft do all the work. It is pretty nerve racking but really cool at the same time. The pilots, aircraft and airport all need to be CAT3 qualified to do it.

The one thing that is misleading.... The controllers have NO IDEA how to fly that plane.

We don't have a room full of pilot's who are qualified on every different type of aircraft to talk the flight attendant down. LOL.
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#24 nissii

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Posted January 17 2016 - 05:09 PM

Excellent video! Learned a lot watching.

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Posted January 17 2016 - 06:17 PM

A few things that jump out right off the bat..
1... Stewardess?? Its now Flight attendant!!
2.. Cockpit?? Its now Box office
3..You want to see something impressive...ask a PILOT to land that thing manually...unheard of today

I was a controller for 30 years ...pilots today ***** before accepting a control instruction that requires them touch the yoke....

#26 Babaloo

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Posted January 17 2016 - 06:31 PM

I was an Air Traffic Controller for 20 years. The Airbus has a CAT3 button that will allow the plane to autoland once lined up with the MLS approach. I have been in the cockpit for it and the pilots just cross their arms and let the aircraft do all the work. It is pretty nerve racking but really cool at the same time. The pilots, aircraft and airport all need to be CAT3 qualified to do it.

The one thing that is misleading.... The controllers have NO IDEA how to fly that plane.

We don't have a room full of pilot's who are qualified on every different type of aircraft to talk the flight attendant down. LOL.


I just saw your name ...LOL what's up brother!! Im CV ..still ride? Welcome to the site!!

#27 rlitman

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Posted January 18 2016 - 12:45 AM

IWe don't have a room full of pilot's who are qualified on every different type of aircraft to talk the flight attendant down. LOL.


What, you can't just fetch Rex Kramer?





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