Re: A-320 crash in Warsaw

From:         rainer@ifr15.luftfahrt.uni-stuttgart.de (Rainer Ludorf)
Organization: Comp.Center (RUS), U of Stuttgart, FRG
Date:         22 Oct 93 01:05:08 PDT
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> Provided they were on the ground, I don't think the wind was particularly
> relevant in this crash.  On the first day, an amateur organization in
> Germany ("Cockpit") was apparently defending the airplane against early
> suggestions that the plane had accelerated, taken off, and stalled out:  
> in an unstallable airplane, windshear seems a likely culprit.  It seems  
> they jumped the gun. :-)

Just a short note. The *amateur* organization is the *German Cockpit
Association*, which is the representative body off all flight and cabin  
crews in Germany. It is not restricted to Lufthansa but open
for all other German airline crews (LTU, NFD etc.)

rainer