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Flight WAA126 End of flight report Date 03 October 2005

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Flight ID: WAA126
Pilot: Alan Man
Company: Wiggy Airlines
Aircraft: iFDG 767-300 ER British Airways BNWH
Flight Date: 03 October 2005
Departure: 05h26 (03h27 GMT)
Arrival: 07h18 (05h18 GMT)
From: LLBG - Ben Gurion - Israel
To: OR0S
Nbr of Passengers: 163

Incident Report:

One engine was damaged by small arms fire coming from the ground and ceased to function. The right fuel tank was hit by a ground shot and lost all of it's fuel. The left fuel tank was hit by a ground shot and lost all of it's fuel. The vacuum system was hit by a ground shot. The hydraulic system was hit by a ground shot resulting in total loss of all hydraulic systems. The electrical systems were hit by a ground shot resulting in a complete electrical systems failure. Your aircraft received a few ground shots. The aircraft was hit by anti-aircraft artillery fire resulting in a massive hull rupture. There was an exceptional pilot on board and despite the dire situation he was able to land the aircraft safely. The Captain has also declared an emergency before landing.

Report:

Flight Distance: 476 Nm Landing Speed: 205.86 kt
Time Airborne: 01h45:59 Landing Touchdown: -375.38 ft/m
Flight Time (block): 01h51:34 Landing Pitch: 3.90
Time On Ground: 00h07:44 Landing Weight: 143892 kg
Average Speed: 269.81 kt Total Fuel Used: 40283 kg
Max. Altitude: FL 260 Fuel Not Used: 32831 kg
Climb Time: 00h16:46 Climb Fuel Used: 3226 kg
Cruise Time: 01h10:00 Cruise Fuel Used: 5618 kg
Average Cruise Speed: 367.09 kt (M0.59) Cruise fuel/hour: 4815 kg (calc)
Descent Time: 00h19:13 Descent Fuel Used: 31438 kg

Passenger Opinion: Bad flight (57%)
-Were in a better mood because they had food.
-Were pleased by the music on ground. A very nice addition to their flying experience.
-Were anxious because they flew over a war risk zone.
-Were angry because some passengers were badly injured.
-Were angry because you made what seemed to be a dangerous landing.
-Were terrified because of the problem during flight.
-Were relieved to land safely after an emergency.

Financial Report:

Ticket Income: +$49,814 (476 Nm)
Cargo Income: +$22,355 (8437 kg)
Services Income: +$1,053 (1 sandwich 0 hot food 2 drink)
Services Cost: -$577 (20% quality)
War Area Bonus: +$142,894 (99% max war level)
Emergency Bonus: +$117,687 (3600 failure point)
Fuel Cost: -$36,013 (40283 kg Jet-A1)
Airport Taxes: -$468 (Heavy Aircraft)
Insurance Costs: -$3,117 (4.32% rate)
Total Real Income: $293,628
Total Income: $14,681,400 (real x50)
Fleet Bonus: $0 (0 aircraft)
Total Sim Income: $14,681,400 (total income+fleet bonus)

Company Reputation:

Considering that the flight was bad the ticket price low, the service price normal and the service quality bad, passengers on this flight think that your company's reputation should be 57%
Your company reputation is now: 64% (-0.73 decrease)

Overall Flight Result: Perfect

Pilot Bonus points: 2694 points (-30% because you used time acceleration)
There was a problem aboard and you declared an emergency. (+150)
A serious problem occurred during flight but you landed safely, nice job. (+3600)
Flying in a combat area and a safe landing. (+100)

Pilot's Penalty points: -341 points
Parking brake should only be used when that aircraft has stopped, you used it at speed of 13 kt your aircraft was damaged. (-91)
Pushing the engines to maximum power with parking brakes set is not a good idea. (-250)

So my advice...... don't fly to Baghdad unless you fancy an interesting landing.

Pro Member First Officer
Ed Reagle (edr1073) First Officer

Madlander,

Good job...!!! But in order to avoid this in the future do not fly there if you can at all help it...!!!

Regards,

Pro Member Chief Captain
Insight Chief Captain

lol bloody hell!

Pro Member Chief Captain
Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

Dude, that's crazy! You've flown over Baghdad! Those Iraqui people are maaad!

Great job with the landing! 😉

Pro Member Trainee
nadaman Trainee

How much did the repairs cost and how far from the airport were you when you were "attacked"

Paul.

Madlander Guest

well im hoping the insurance will cover the cost of repairs, but i suspect its gonna cost a few pennies 🙂

The first shots started to ring in at about 45 miles out at 7000ft, but nothing happened, the real bad stuff started to happen when i got finals, i descended to 3000ft at about 30 miles out, my avionics were shot out first which made things interesting, shortly followed by the hydraulic system, so i had to manually pump the undercarriage! Give the bird its dues though it flys really well on one engine! 😀

Guest Guest

What did you use to get that report? Did you write it yourself or is it some payware? How were you able to declare an emergency?

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

Guest wrote:

What did you use to get that report? Did you write it yourself or is it some payware? How were you able to declare an emergency?

I think he's useing this program.
http://www.fspassengers.com/

I believe there is a demo. http://www.fspassengers.com/?action=download

Radar

Madlander Guest

Yeah its FS Passengers, its a fantastic bit of kit that really adds another dimension to FS.

For those that were wondering the final repair bill came in at $121million!

Pro Member Trainee
nadaman Trainee

121 million dollars i bet that put a dent in the budget lol

Paul.

Pro Member Trainee
TSK Trainee

Madlander wrote:

Yeah its FS Passengers, its a fantastic bit of kit that really adds another dimension to FS.

For those that were wondering the final repair bill came in at $121million!

I am going to buy a copy sometime very soon. Nice flight by the way Wink.

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