Tragic last words of a pilot died in a Houston crash cargo aircraft contract, by Amazon earlier this year,”Lord, you have my soul,”according to a chilling transcript of the cockpit voice recorder.
Captain Ricky Blakely, the first officer Jules Conrad Asker and Mesa Airlines captain Sean Archuleta, who was riding in the jump seat, and killed. 23, when the Boeing 767 by Atlas empty into Trinity Bay.
A few seconds later, air traffic control modified the aircraft around some of the sink, the ship began to lose control of the way to Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Flying Birds, have a record of repeatedly passing the flight test, you may mistakenly believe that the aircraft is in delay, its nose is means too high, so he jerked it down as captain of the battle to pull up, according to the National Transportation Safety Board report.
He added the full take-off power without telling Blakely, leading to confusion in the cockpit, according to the report.
“Wow, (here is)my speed, my speed,”Asuka said, according to the recording released by the National Transportation Security Agency. “We procrastinate. Stalls.”
A few thumping sounds can be heard, in the cockpit of the aircraft plummeted to the 6200 feet in an empty 433. 5 knots with the Autopilot engagement before the flight data recorder stopped working.
“Lord, Have mercy on me yourself,”Asuka said seconds before impact, because Archuleta yelled at the pilot to pull up.
“Lord, you have my soul,”Asuka then said that the aircraft crashed into the swamp of the Bay, the scattering of the package and debris across the broad.
A distress call was never from the doomed flight.
The National Transportation Safety Board, which released 2 279 pages of the original survey report does not provide formal conclusions about the cause of the accident.
But the Agency has no address, you may inadvertently activate the”bypass”switch, turn off the autopilot and co-pilot training issues.
Alaska does not list his entire employment history when he was hired by Atlas Air, is omitted in two positions with an air of Wisconsin, and CommutAir after the end, he was unable to complete the training.
The Director-General of training told investigators that”with this information, we will not give him a position’on the basis of(copilots)did not disclose this information in his application,”the international audience of the reports.
He also did his practical examination when he was first hired Atlas—and have left the existing countertop airlines when he could not upgrade to captain after two unsatisfactory simulation conference.
Atlas systems, a division of Atlas World Air Holdings Inc., Tell TIME magazine in a statement, it is cooperation with the Transportation Security Committee of the detector.
“We still suffer from the loss of flight 3591 claimed the lives of two of our valued pilots and a colleague,”the company said. Atlas training and the workforce”meet or exceed all government safety standards”.