[Spridgets] Fwd: [Mgs] Spring washers don't work !
derf247 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 06:02:58 MDT 2011
Sully and his actions are/were both amazing. His attitude was the
best. "We'll be in the Hudson." Positive and decisive, he was, never
doubting his command of the machine and his responsibility for lives
in peril. The equipment performed well, too.
I hope you never have to ditch in water at night. If you do, though,
at least you know it can be done, without a doubt.
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 11:16 PM, Curt/Nancy Arndt <cnaarndt at gmail.com>
> Sully is great but, he had to land in a calm Hudson River in the daytime,
> tough enough to be sure.
> I fly the Hawaii routes, longest over water leg in the world and most of my
> flights are at night. I don't relish the idea of having to descend out of
> 37,000' with no power and possibly no lights to land in the Pacific ocean
> where the sea states are usually fairly high. But I fly a Boeing, and they
> are incredibly reliable airplanes, plus I'm not an Airbus fan to say the
> On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 9:02 PM, derf <derf247 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Cool. Tell Sully I said hello.
>> > Curt
>> > AA 757/767 Pilot LAX
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