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After having attended the briefing between the two co-pilots, the captain left the cockpit to rest at Probably two to three minutes after this the aircraft encountered icing conditions the cockpit voice recorder recorded what sounded like hail or graupel on the outside of the aircraft, and the engine anti-ice system came on and ice crystals started to accumulate in the pitot tubes pitot tubes measure how fast the aircraft is moving through the air.
Without the auto-pilot, the aircraft started to roll to the right due to turbulence, and Bonin reacted by deflecting his side-stick to the left. During the next 30 seconds, the aircraft rolled alternately left and right as Bonin adjusted to the altered handling characteristics of his aircraft.
This action was unnecessary and excessive under the circumstances. The icing event had lasted for just over a minute. The trimmable horizontal stabilizer THS moved from three to 13 degrees nose-up in about one minute, and remained in that latter position until the end of the flight.
As the aircraft began to descend, the angle of attack rapidly increased toward 30 degrees. A second consequence of the reconfiguration into alternate law was that stall protection no longer operated. Indeed, the switch into alternate law occurred precisely because the computers, denied reliable speed data, were no longer able to provide such protection — nor many of the other functions expected of normal law.
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Noticing the various alarms going off, he urgently asked the two crew members: Roughly 20 seconds later, at From there until the end of the flight, the angle of attack never dropped below 35 degrees. From the time the aircraft stalled until its impact with the ocean, the engines were primarily developing either percent N1 or TOGA thrust, though they were briefly spooled down to about 50 percent N1 on two occasions.
The engines always responded to commands and were developing in excess of percent N1 when the flight ended. First officer Robert responded with: Bonin, realizing the situation was now hopeless, said: Its pitch was During its descent, the aircraft had turned more than degrees to the right to a compass heading of degrees.
The Airbus was destroyed on impact; all passengers and crew on board were killed instantly by extreme trauma.
Its final position report at A Junkers Ju/3mg4e passenger plane, registered HB-HOT, was destroyed in an accident at Piz Segnas, Switzerland. There were 17 passengers and three crew members on board. The airplane operated on a flight from Locarno Air Base to.
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