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Pilots Discuss Difficulty Of Wtc Attacks

rob balsamo
post Oct 25 2008, 09:21 PM
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welcome to the forum tovarco,

Please review this thread here as many common arguments are addressed including ones you cited above....


As for Hani, please review this thread.

Any reasonable pilot reading such a well sourced article and the comments made by Hani's instructors combined with thorough knowledge of the manuevers required can only come to the conclusion that it was highly unlikely Hani was at the controls of a 757 as some would like you to believe.
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post Oct 26 2008, 04:53 PM
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And somebody talked about the g force in this maneuver as making humans black out. I doubt this very much. The maneuver could be done in the right airplane, and it would not cause black out.

As I understand it, the g forces at the end of the maneuver would be the toughest, as the >4000fpm descent must be stopped for the airplane to fly across the lawn without making a divot. There is no way that could be done by a Boeing in the hands of a rookie. My bet it would be near impossible by an experienced Boeing pilot.
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post Oct 26 2008, 07:31 PM
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QUOTE (amazed! @ Oct 26 2008, 05:53 PM) *
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And somebody talked about the g force in this maneuver as making humans black out. I doubt this very much. The maneuver could be done in the right airplane, and it would not cause black out.

As I understand it, the g forces at the end of the maneuver would be the toughest, as the >4000fpm descent must be stopped for the airplane to fly across the lawn without making a divot. There is no way that could be done by a Boeing in the hands of a rookie. My bet it would be near impossible by an experienced Boeing pilot.


Amazed, you may be right about the blackout...has anyone replicated this in an aircraft (at altitude, of course)?

I agree, with that kind of inertia, I am not sure I could have done it (with sig Boeing experience).....It would be like trying to fly the computer generated trajectory of the Shuttle without the computer...

Rob, sorry for the ignorance, has anyone tried it in the B757 sim (without the g of course)?
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