Wed Aug 14, 2019 4:14 pm #1712749
Blimey, that's a turn up for the books. Might that incentivise the CAA / insurer / family to raise the airframe for a look see?
eltonioni wrote:Blimey, that's a turn up for the books. Might that incentivise the CAA / insurer / family to raise the airframe for a look see?
Paul_Sengupta wrote:I haven't fitted a CO detector, but I did buy one for the aeroplane. It normally lives in my living room though, I take it to the aeroplane from time to time to check.
The pilot's licence was still invalid, the circumstances of the flight do appear to suggest illegal charter,
flybymike wrote:Have this factors actually been proven to be true?
Genuine question. I don’t know the answer.
Dominie wrote:So it could even be possible that the pilot's reported comment about having difficulty with the ILS approach when he landed in France might have been because he was suffering from the symptoms of mild CO poisoning?