NorthAir Flight 249 [FICTIONAL] - Crash

NorthAir Flight 249 [FICTIONAL] - Crash

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The NTSB has finally figured out the cause of the flight 249 crash which has killed 28 people including part of a student group and a tour group - a defective navigation computer made by a company unnamed for the sake of their reputation. About a month ago, the plane's retrofitted digital FMS and navigation system software was updated to a buggy alpha version which pilots hated, but were given no say in the matter, and as a result, it was forced down their throats by the avionics corporation. The computer's buggy, incorrect readings, which were compounded by the hard-to-use new UI, caused the pilots to lose most of their bearings in the nighttime fog. The pilots thought they were near Runway 14L, but in fact they were approaching another runway, where a small Cessna flown by a pilot taking an advanced IFR flight course was about to land. The 747's TCAS sounded and the pilots took evasive action, but because they were near the wrong runway (near different, higher terrain), the pilots had little to no space to maneouvre in and they pulled the nose up, causing the jet to stall. Disorientation didn't help much either. By the time they realized what was happening and tried to push down, it was too late. The aircraft belly-flopped into the terrain, causing parts of the fuselage to break off or cave in, and bounced into the air. The right wing hit the ground and slammed into a fuel storage tank. The rear section broke off when the jet bounced off the ground and eventually hit the tank, causing it to cartwheel, spin around and eventually land on the grass. The front and middle slammed into the grass and the front eventually broke off. There was an eventual, undisclosed out-of-court settlement with the maker of the avionics. While many witnesses thought the plane ran out of fuel and crashed due to the lack of fire, the report concluded that this was basically due to the fact that the pilots mistakenly left the fuel dump switch on throughout the approach and enough fuel was dumped to prevent a post-crash fire. Credit to AN777, AirbusA330 and 707. Made as a sort-of-protest against Trimble's stupidity. #Bringbackratings #crash #disaster #plane #tragedy
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