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the planes going down and your all gonna die..what do you do

Your in a plane thats falling from cruise altitude - There isn't much time - do you...
Take full control of the aircraft, and do whatever you can to save the souls on board
88%
 88%  [ 16 ]
Try to find someone else to pilot the aircraft and help him in his attempt to try and save the aircraft...
5%
 5%  [ 1 ]
Strap your seatbelt tightly, make sure your tray table is stowed, seat back set upright, and brace for possible death
5%
 5%  [ 1 ]
     
Total Votes : 18
    
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Kareem El-Sadi (crosscheck9) Chief Captain

Just thought this would be an interesting statistical survey 😉

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

First choice for me...I would always see me name writing with ig fonts in the newspapers as the hero of the day... 😉

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

I voted for the first option.

In aviation, safety is your main concern...

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Kareem El-Sadi (crosscheck9) Chief Captain

Greekman72 wrote:

First choice for me...I would always see me name writing with ig fonts in the newspapers as the hero of the day... 😉

Very True - I can just imagine myself on the cover over the Times 😂 Who said you have to be old to fly big aircraft 😛 -

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Great new Avatar dear Crosscheck. ❗

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Kareem El-Sadi (crosscheck9) Chief Captain

Thanks Greekman 😀 Glad you like it 😉

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RadarMan Chief Captain

First option, then call FEM for help! Help!

Radar

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

Yep, first choice. If we're all going to die, I might as well have fun. 🙄

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

First option, then call FEM for help!

Nice...however what will you do if i'm out eating chinese? 😉

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jarred_01 Chief Captain

I put the second option, maybe there could be a passenger pilot onboard. But then again, I probably have a better chance that most general passenger on board of piloting the beast, not many would even be able to find the throttles or landing gear controls to. 😂

Hey have we all seen the movie 'Airplane'? Quite an old movie I think, but one of the most humorous I have seen!!

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Fire_Emblem_Master wrote:

First option, then call FEM for help!

Nice...however what will you do if i'm out eating chinese? 😉

We will pass through this restaurant to take you... Wacko

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robbier First Officer

jarred_01 wrote:

Hey have we all seen the movie 'Airplane'? Quite an old movie I think, but one of the most humorous I have seen!!

Yep!! Thats a very funny movie.

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

Especially "Otto", the autopilot. 😂

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I would take control of the plane and ask my self, " How can I fix this situation that I have here?" .

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Jon Van Duyn (JVD) Captain

Anonymous wrote:

I would take control of the plane and ask my self, " How can I fix this situation that I have here?" .

I forgot to log in again 😂

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john (verygom) First Officer

How would you know that the cockpit crew were incapacitated (which is what I assume you are suggesting) unless a cabin announcment was made?? The sad ending of the 737 in the Med - where an attempt was made by a trainee pilot to take over - shows that it does n't happen the way it did in "Airplane" the movie. I suppose some of you know enough about comms and AP etc and 'piloting' to get a plane on the ground with a chase plane talking you down but I would n't like to experience it!
Being in a Gulf Air Tristar that fragmented its no 2 (centre) engine and seeing the faces of the crew after fortunately we landed in one piece is as close as I want to go. I did n't dash for the cockpit at the "bang" and judder as the engine let go!.
Question - with cockpits now locked from the 'inside' as an anti hi-jack measure does someone have access from the cabin side anyway?? Surely this defeats the idea if the "key carrier" was put under duress and forced to open up??

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Insight Chief Captain

I would do step 2 followed by step 1 if no one was available..

Then i would radio for large portions of help with a side order of luck

Oh, and hit F10, bring up the knee board and post in the in flight forum asking for advice, of course.

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