Boeing 777 Crash San Francisco

I would have early speculation of fuel starvation; with the weather being clear in a million.


2 responses to “Boeing 777 Crash San Francisco

  1. Additionally, human factors include fatigue, abandoning the instrument approach due to the clear weather by transitioning to a visual approach too early. Also, delaying the decision to go around by not taking a bad visual approach around. This delay for initiation of a go around would impact engine spool up time, beyond that necessary to provide power to the aircraft in a timely manner.

  2. With the video evidence being aired, this aircraft appears to be flying what we would call, “a dragged in approach.” Usually flying by visual means alone; and misjudging the rates of descent, but primarily having a poor aim point in which to land.

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