When frozen water causes XL Airways Germany Flight 888 sensors to malfunction, the investigators point to an unlikely source: the cleaning crew. From: AIR DISASTERS: Imperfect Pitch http://bit.ly/1GCseaO
Alden Weaver: I need to stop watching these videos.
Arif Ali: Check our Birgein Air flight 301 on the internet and YouTube.
Sml132: Would AOA heat not have kept it from freezing? Or even boiled off the water? Those guys get HOT with heat on.
Tom Müller: honhonhon
ItzSimi YT: Its from New Zeland
Clara Green: What if instead of that expensive mechanical equipment for the sensors,why not use a circular cup of water filled half way,if they go to the left, the water slides to the left and same with right and any direction
Ananmay drumm3rr and mtb rider ananmay: I am a a320 pilot
hai ly: It pull up to much so it crashed
BuckyBoi: So pretty much because they were too lazy to clean it with a cloth, they all died
Ironic Horse: M
K999 Here: I liked the old livery more than the new air nz livery
Randy Green: This is Bullshit, there's no reason that there's Not a Backup System in case of a Sensor Malfunction. 😡
Stand Alone: You would think with all of the tech we have we would employ redundant sensor systems two being different tech all together
Hannah Apor: Maintenance issue
Riot Master: Nooo
Riot Master: Hell no
Riot Master: no no no
Riot Master: No
Riot Master: no
Riot Master: No
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