Passenger Boeing 737 MAX 8, which is March 10, crashed in Ethiopia, after takeoff scored “too high speed” before I asked proper permission from the dispatcher. On it informs Agency Reuters, which has at its disposal the decrypted data black boxes of the aircraft.
As reported before to request the opportunity to return back to the airport, from which flew out, the pilot asked permission to climb above sea level to a height of 4.27 km (1,95 km above the airport).
Boeing 737 MAX 8
Reportedly, the speed of the aircraft when it reached 400 knots (643,6 km/h), while the standard speed after the departure usually around 200-250 knots (370,4-463 km/h). After a short time the airliner disappeared from radar at a height of 3.29 km.
The Agency said: “the Pilot said that he had problems with the flight controls. That’s why he wanted to climb”. In addition, it is reported that the voice of the pilot was nervous, however, any details of the problem, the man said. Experts explain that usually the pilots are asking for permission to increase the speed in those slcak when there’s a problem during takeoff. As a result, it gives you the opportunity to get space and avoid approaching difficult terrain. It is worth noting that Addis Ababa is surrounded by hills, and on the North by mountains.
The crash site
We will remind, earlier it was noted that processing data from the flight recorders of plane Boeing 737 Max 8, which crashed in Ethiopia, allowed to find similarities with last year’s plane crash of the airliner of the same model in Indonesia.
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