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The NTSB Wants To Recover The Boeing 737 That Crashed Off HonoluluThe National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will attempt to retrieve the wreckage of a Boeing 737 that ditched into Mamala Bay off Hawaii in July. On Thursday, the NTSB confirmed it was sending investigators to Hawaii to coordinate the October recovery. (simpleflying.com) More...
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Kudos to the flying skills of the pilot and co-pilot, who could ditch a B737 into the sea off Hawaii with malfunctioning engines, and survive the ditching - in pitch black conditions, at 0230 HRS!
Perhaps with Starlink satellite internet, there will be enough bandwidth that in the future some of the more critical parameters/events can be uploaded in real-time. For example, anytime there is a warning light, or the stick shaker is activated, or the airplane exceeds some bank angle, etc.
I still can't believe how clear the pictures are of the plane sitting on the ocean bottom. That is so much more than the NTSB has to work with in many crashes.
THEY HAVEN"T RECOVERED THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER OR THE COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER YET?!
Don't shout! In other words take your caps lock off!
WHOAAA !! Grammar police in the area.