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Delta Plane Skids Off Runway In Landing At Laguardia Usa Today‎ - 8 Mins Ago

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post Mar 5 2015, 03:05 PM
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Delta plane skids off runway in landing at LaGuardia
USA TODAY‎ - 8 mins ago
The last deadly crash at LaGuardia occurred March 23, 1992, when a US Airways jet ...
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Spokesman for the NTSB says "The usual protocol in cases such as this, all debris will be quickly shipped off to China, so that with that material out of the way, we can begin to fashion the official story about how the incident really happened. But readers beware, just because there will not be evidence to support the official story, does not, in any way mean that it is not true. However we realize that will not stop the Conspiracy Theorists from coming up with wacko ideas."
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post Mar 5 2015, 05:54 PM
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At least it looks that except some minor injuries everybody is ok, which with the left wing tank reportedly ruptured would be quite good outcome of this incident so far. rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE (Obwon @ Mar 5 2015, 03:05 PM) *
Delta plane skids off runway in landing at LaGuardia
USA TODAY‎ - 8 mins ago
The last deadly crash at LaGuardia occurred March 23, 1992, when a US Airways jet ...
whistle.gif
Spokesman for the NTSB says "The usual protocol in cases such as this, all debris will be quickly shipped off to China, so that with that material out of the way, we can begin to fashion the official story about how the incident really happened. But readers beware, just because there will not be evidence to support the official story, does not, in any way mean that it is not true. However we realize that will not stop the Conspiracy Theorists from coming up with wacko ideas."
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"The same spokesman for the NTSB advised that the official report, which will be derived without any corroborating evidence whatsoever, will not be available for public inspection until such time as everyone agrees to its veracity beforehand. When pressed the spokesman stated it more simply by adding, "You have to agree to the report so you can find out what's in it in order to avoid the fog of conspiracy theories." whistle.gif
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Port Authority press conference. 8'23"



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The NTSB released a copy of the able crew who guided the flight. "Captain Stryker is to be commended for his expert handling in landing the plane." smile.gif smile.gif smile.gif

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NTSB says: There were approximately 50 hijackers on board armed with ak 47's, box cutters, butter knives and bic disposable razors, they rushed to the lavatory in the rear of the plane, and broke into the toilet. Fortunately "Big" Bertha Lawdry was on the throne and she cut loose with a powerful kamikaze (divine wind, for those who don't know). This sent the skyjackers rolling away, too late to assault the cockpit as passengers quickly deplaned. A wall for these heros will be erected shortly. Unfortunately the hijackers vanished before emergency Law enforcement personnel could arrive. We'll tell you who to look out for, just as soon as we can compile a list of people who don't believe this report.
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QUOTE (Obwon @ Mar 5 2015, 07:05 PM) *
Delta plane skids off runway in landing at LaGuardia
USA TODAY‎ - 8 mins ago
The last deadly crash at LaGuardia occurred March 23, 1992, when a US Airways jet ...
whistle.gif
Spokesman for the NTSB says "The usual protocol in cases such as this, all debris will be quickly shipped off to China, so that with that material out of the way, we can begin to fashion the official story about how the incident really happened. But readers beware, just because there will not be evidence to support the official story, does not, in any way mean that it is not true. However we realize that will not stop the Conspiracy Theorists from coming up with wacko ideas."
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Getting serious:

So far, it appears (for lack of 'official' statements') as though someone made a "long "landing." Was there an associated wind-shear or radical change in wind direction? The 'damning' question is going to be: "Why didn't you go around?" Of course, another pertinent related issue is going to be Crew Resource Management (CRM).

Now, to see what 'politics' get involved. Anymore, the FAA/NTSB is inclined to nail both pilots - if they do anything at all. While there might have been a 'reverser' problem; however useful they may be, reversers are NOT an operating performance factor - nor an 'excuse' when it comes to stopping - as opposed to a lateral control issue, should there be an 'incident.'

In any case, the pilots are entitled to any "... benefit of doubt" at the hands of other pilots - until a lot more is known.

By way of history, years ago, a Continental MD-80 pulled the same trick; only on takeoff. In that case, the actual runway conditions (snow depth) were far worse than reported.

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After decades of landings and takeoffs at/from LGA, so far have not heard anyone, not even one person yet, comment on why 13 was the landing runway, which is extremely rare (estimated much less than 10% or even 5% of landings at LGA are on 13) year-round and especially in the late winter in the midst of a raging snowstorm.

To the best of any member of this forum's knowledge, would it be wind direction regardless of anything else that decides which runway is used for landings, or simply that they were more frequently plowing 13-31 than 4-22, especially if reported wind was NE 9 mph, which would make 4-22 a much more logical choice for use for landing if wind direction is the primary factor in the decision of which runway to land on.

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