Although there is a lot of speculation concerning what happened to every ship and plane that has vanished, no one knows what actually happened to them. For example, The most well-known disappearance was in 1945. Five plane bombers from Florida disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle while running a training mission. Five days and 930 flyovers there was no sign of the 5 bombers (Netzley 2). The many disappearances of ships and
This is just one of the many mysteries that has taken place within the Bermuda Triangle. There are numerous speculations as to why this area of land causes so many accidents. Some say that it is the climate and nature of the ocean, while others say it is involved with paranormal activity. The Bermuda Triangle is outlined in the Atlantic Ocean that covers the areas of Miami, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda, hence the name it was given. As it is also called, the Devil’s Triangle, the total area is roughly about 3,900,000 km2 (“The Bermuda Triangle”).
The Cessna never moved from the path of the PSA flight. It kept flying in front of PSA 182. Investigators wondered how veteran pilots of Boeing 727 failed to see the Cessna. The NTSB then conducted a study to see what the visual point for the PSA pilots was. They discover that the pilots often adjusted their seats to positions which made them feel comfortable, instead of adjusting their seats to the position designed by reference view position.
Have you ever thought about what you would do if you were stranded alone? Would you survive? Would you have enough confidence to survive? Well this boy, named Brian, never had such a thing in his head. Until one day he was in an airplane crash and was stranded by himself.
The Bermuda Triangle only existed out of the writer's imagination. The Bermuda Triangle is an area within the points of Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, this region is also known as the devil's triangle. It caught attention when they Cyclops ( a U.S. ship named after a giants in the greek mythology explaining how large the boat was) have sunken in that within that region. Another weird famous incident was flight 19 (a torpedo bombers group wave was sent for practicing and disappeared over the region without sending an SOS signal. ), the pilots were very well trained to avoid incidents and crashes however the us navy never received any sort of information to know what happened.
American Airlines Flight 11 took off from Boston at 7:49 A.M. the hijackers took control of the plane at about 8:00 A.M. they tried to communicate with the passengers and tried to tell them to be calm and stay where they are. But the message never got to the passengers. In fact they didn't know how to use the communication systems on the plane, it was actually sent to Boston air traffic controller and they were shocked by those messages. The last words from the plane was from a lady trying to narrate what was happening on the plane. She said: “I see water.
About everyone on the plane is quite not realizing what will happen. Not but another 30 minutes later the lights start to flicker on and off repeatedly. For the next 5 minutes of the harsh screaming and flickering didn’t worry Samuel a bit he knew what was about to happen, he’d been on this flight more than once. Then the lights went dark everyone on board was screaming at their loudest confused about what was happening. The captain tried to reassure everyone, “ It’s okay everybody, I’ll get the lights back on in a second.” Then right after that the lights were on.
Not only did the pilot have little experience with the aircraft limitations but he also was not aware of the proper procedures to land when missing an approach. Once the flight data recorder was discovered, it showed that the pilot did not follow the procedures of an approach profile. Meaning the aircraft flaps were not set up as one of the procedures to land. This would make the pilot have the right to go around in order to fix the problem to land correctly. Another issue was that the engines were accelerated to takeoff thrust.
I. Summary Air France flight 447 leaving Rio De Janeiro, Brazil heading to Paris, France plunged into the Atlantic due to pilot error. Inexperienced pilot placed the Airbus A330 aircraft in stall condition and was unable to recover the aircraft prior to crashing in the ocean. Investigations proved that 2 out of the 3-man crew were sleeping when the airplane entered the stall condition. II.
Statement of the Problem Dissemination of information in the event of failed landing to Chicago was relayed very subtle by in flight crew that resulted to an alternate landing to Nashville. Later on the ground, the passengers found out that one of the plane's wing flaps was inoperable as the main reason behind the reroute. Some passengers felt that plane crew withhold important information about the reason they failed to land. At the terminal while waiting for the next flight, ground personnel were supposed to give proper assistance and accommodation on waiting passengers in which therein they failed to do so. Money Manpower The flight attendants The pilot was unable to lacking in acquired skills disseminate the cause of and proper training the problem immediately Lack of airplane Inability to execute Not enough repair materials.