Date: 25 Aug 98 00:53:22 From: JF Mezei <firstname.lastname@example.org> References: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Followups: 1
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Karl Swartz wrote: > Substituting others for the ones which were in the crash is a decidedly > non-standard action. How serious are the allegations that the flight recorders were substituted to protect Airbus ? Are they as serious as allegations that aliens shot down TWA800 or are there serious facts that lend credibility to this ? I do know that there were serious questions about engine manufacturers doing the investigation of their own engines. (but questions only, no proof that the investigation came to a wrong conclusion) However, the fact that an investigation on one incident may have been flawed does not affect other investigations of the many problems of the A320, nor does it affect that once the plane was debugged after a couple of years of beta testing in production, it has become a fine plane.