Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Airfrance Airbus A300 not likely brought down by lightning - so now what ? disapperance continues to baffle experts ...

Still today the AirFrance Airbus A300 remains missing somewhere in the Atlantic over brazil.
In support of my post on the tragedy investigators now believe that lightning was not the cause of the catastrophic failure which short circuited the planes electric supply.... so then what could have caused such a dramatic failure t0 the modern aircraft?

Interesting article:

"One thing seemed certain - the fate that befell the 228 people aboard the Airbus A330 jet came so swiftly the crew didn't have time to send out a Mayday.

Jane's Aviation analyst Chris Yates said: "There has been no mayday call. The conclusion to be drawn is something catastrophic happened on board that caused this aeroplane to ditch in a controlled or uncontrolled fashion.

"I would suggest that potentially it went down very quickly and so quickly that the pilots on board didn't have a chance to make that emergency call."

Dr Guy Gratton, Senior Visiting Research Fellow in Aeronautics at Brunel University, said: "There was no message. That is very, very surprising. The A330 has multiple communications systems, so a complete loss of communications at the least means a major electrical failure. Such failures are very rare." Of the two most likely causes for such the catastrophe, one - a terrorist bombing or hijacking - was ruled out.

The other, extreme weather, was being considered. Experts said it could have been hit by lightning - but the Airbus 330 has two or three back-up systems and for lightning to knock them all out without anyone being able to send a warning would be "almost impossible".

Even failure of both engines would give the crew half an hour of "gliding time".

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I Recap the topic of Ufos following our passenger aircraft and the dangers these Ufos pose to civilian air safety: Pilots and passengers from different airlines have close encounters of enormous proportions... On January 28th 1994, an Air France pilot, his crew and passengers witnessed a brightly-glowing red and brown disc-shaped object while flying to London. Estimates of the disc's size were between 800 and 1,000 feet long...more than 3 times the size of a 747.

On April 25th 2007, the captain of a passenger plane crossing the English Channel observed two bright-yellow flat objects for more than 15 minutes. He is astounded by their size which he claims could have been as much as a mile wide. A pilot from a separate aircraft corroborated the story. The team takes to the skies to probe some of the largest UFO sightings ever recorded:

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The Real World said...

Interessting analysis...
what if there were solarflares that knocked out the electric system? It could also have been deliberatly done with Tesla technolgy.

OVNI SA said...

This happened a few days after 24 May 2009 when France announced creation of first major military base outside France, to be positioned at strategic Strait of Hormuz, leading to oil rich Gulf of Iran.

God help us all if France decides to use Teller terrorist weapons of mass destruction (H-Bombs) in Middle East.

Sarkozy to open new French base in Abu Dhabi