dv8 Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2008 03:26AM
i guess that fate beats being a well trained pilot and hitting the side of a
Monster1 Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2008 02:19PM
AH! dv8 there I can shed some light on you (I'm a SEL Private pilot) the number
one reason pilots hit mountains is 'WEATHER', there is no radar to warn you if
you're gonna hit a mountain and shitty weather tends to cut your visibility to
zero or blow you the fluck of-course.
Yes there is pilot error involved in most of them but also the weather is
mostly unpredictable and obeys Murphy's law.
Placelowerplace Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2008 07:42PM
Could have been a mountain wave that pulled him in. clear air turbulence and
wind shear created a stalled condition or some sort of catastrophic failure of
the air craft. There may have been medical conditions, hypoxia, heart attack.
There rarely is just one factor in an aviation indecent. Additionally
everything here is speculative. Here are the facts. Steve Fossett is missing.
His aircraft and personal belongings has just been found and there is human
remains near or in the crash zone. Most probable the human remains are Steve