Pilot of Air France flight that crashed into Atlantic was NOT in cockpit

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The pilot of the Air France flight that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean nearly two years ago was not in the cockpit when the plane ran into trouble. Leading German news magazine Der Spiegel quoted an expert who said captain Marc Dubois, 58, could be heard on the black box recordings rushing into the cockpit when the plane encountered bad weather. 'He gave both co-pilots instructions on how to save the plane' the expert, who was not named, told the magazine. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1389754/Pilot-Air-France-flight-crashed-Atlantic-years-ago-NOT-cockpit-trouble-hit.html
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It must be true, it's in the Daily Mail!:rolleyes:
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Merger please!

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Problem with pitot tubes reported and then auto pilot cut out.
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I second this - its been covered in Commercial Aviation
Merger please!
Mods please - I second this - its been covered in Commercial Aviation

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Mods can you merge this thread please to the one in Commercial?
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It must be true, it's in the Daily Mail!:rolleyes:
The Daily Mail is ALL TRUE. My partner reads it and he says so. Which modern pilot actually flies modern airliners like the Airbus series these days? After about FL 60 they seem to select the autopilot and go to sleep! I would be more concerned (as in that Aeroflot crash) if there was a child in the left seat!!
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No doubt debated on comm. Closed.