There has been a lot of recent interest in the production entitled “Air Crash Investigation S13E10 – Qantas 32: Titanic In The Sky”. This program has been broadcast on the National Geographic channel.
It’s a pity that my final statement (shown at the end of the program) was shortened. I actually said:
The QF32 story – it’s not about me as the pilot in command of QF32, the pilots, the cabin crew or even my airline. It’s a story of resilience and team excellence where 8 teams pooled the industry’s knowledge, training, experience and worked together to survive a Black Swan Event. It’s about aviation that for the last 110 years has shared their knowledge and experience to made aviation safer for the travelling public.
Post any questions below.
I will attempt to answer questions that have not been analysed in the book.
(Think of Bert Hinkler whenever you see the A380 registered VH-OQJ)