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A Boeing 777’s last descent

An email circulated today had been routed via some well-known avation identities and was clearly written by a pilot familiar with the topic. The matter it raises has probably already been considered by those who are working on pinpointing the most probable  impact location to determine a  fix for the vessel seeking the flight data and cockpit voice recorders.

The text of the email is quoted verbatim except for interpretation of acronyms for the benefit of non-aviators. Continue reading

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