EXCLUSIVE: ALWAYS READ THE MANUAL—FIRST!!

  ALWAYS READ THE MANUAL—FIRST!

 Finally, the photos are starting to leak out. Unfortunately we don’t have the soundtrack for the  “allhau akbar” cries yet…

 Well, I guess you don’t need a manual  to ride a camel. Coverage of the story was deemed insulting to Muslim Arabs.

                                                                       Just in thanks to Mike

 This spanking new Airbus 340-600, the 2nd largest
 passenger airplane ever built, sits just outside its hangar
 in Toulouse , France without a single hour of airtime.

 Enter the Arab flight crew of Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies  (ADAT) to conduct pre-delivery tests on the ground, such a engine run-ups prior to delivery to Etihad Airways in Abu  Dhabi .
 The ADAT crew taxied the A340-600 to the run-up area.
 
 Then they took all four engines to take-off power with a
 virtually empty aircraft. Not having read the run-up manuals,  they had no clue just how light an empty A340-600 really is.

 The take-off warning horn was blaring away in the cockpit
 because they had all 4 engines at full power. The aircraft’s
 computers thought they were trying to take off but it had not
 been configured properly (flaps, slats, etc..)
 
Then, one of the ADAT crew decided to pull the circuit-breaker  on the Ground Proximity Sensor to silence the alarm. This fools the aircraft into thinking it is in the air.

 The computers automatically released all the brakes and
 set the aircraft rocketing forward.
 The ADAT crew had no idea that this is a safety feature
 so that pilots can’t land with the brakes on.
 
 Not one member of the seven-man Arab crew was smart
 enough to throttle back the engines from their max power 
 setting,  so the $200 million brand-new Aircraft crashed into a blast  barrier, totaling it.
 
 The extent of injuries to the crew is unknown due to the
 news blackout in the major media in France and elsewhere.

 Coverage of the story was deemed insulting to Muslim Arabs.
 
 Finally, the photos are starting to leak out.

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16 thoughts on “EXCLUSIVE: ALWAYS READ THE MANUAL—FIRST!!”

  1. Its obvious the Quran, the one and only book, Muslims are supposed to read does not contain instructions for piloting a 21st century aircraft.

    This observation can easily lead to other conclusions which will be left unspoken less infidels be put to further disadvantage.

  2. Obviously why the monkeys who flew the planes into the twin towers had to allow the real pilots to take off! Darwins certainty is playing out amongst the consanguineous!

  3. They only wanted to know how to fly the things – not how to take off
    and land them.

    ETIHAD – Estimated Time Is Half A Day?

  4. Best laugh I’ve had all week!!!! ROFLMAO!! Thank you so much !
    No wonder Israeli pilots beat the snot out of their combined Air Forces.

  5. I work in a techical area related to the aviation industry.
    Sheik – can you give me the source reference.

  6. I have checked this – If I am correct this occurred in 2007, no Arabs were on board, and the procedure breakdown occurred during ground testing. Two airbus staff were on board and they were amongst the most severely hurt. Also, Emirates pilots are usually highly trained westerners. Sheik, please check source reference against documented incident at Toulouse in 2007.

  7. kaw, apparently this is the 2007 incident – a report with pics is at
    ladepeche.fr/Blagnac-Crash-de-l-A340_di194-7

    Un Airbus A340-600 a percuté, jeudi 15 novembre 2007, un mur anti-bruit lors d’essais au sol sur les pistes de Blagnac. Dix techniciens ont été blessés.

  8. KAW said “I have checked this – If I am correct this occurred in 2007, no Arabs were on board, and the procedure breakdown occurred during ground testing. Two airbus staff were on board and they were amongst the most severely hurt….”

    Kaw, I think you should reread the content of this article one more time! It said :-

    ” Finally, the photos are starting to leak out. Unfortunately we don’t have the soundtrack for the ”allhau akbar” cries yet…”

    meaning that this stupid story take more than 2 and a half years to leak into an online media!

  9. @ Piglet-U93,
    Maybe this was intentional. After all, it’s not like Arabs have never crashed a plane before (9/11, Lockerbie, etc…) . Although hilarious, I am reminded of the way Arabs drive their cars. I live in an Arab country, and every single day on the way to work I am treated to a landscape littered with vehicles destroyed utterly, due to the incompetence of the natives. Must be all the inbreeding.

  10. Kal,
    No – there were no arabs on board. However, I share your viewpoint on arab competence.

    sasunoonsan
    The photos have been available for over one year – there was NO media blackout. We heard about this accident after it happened, but we are closer to the aviation scene than most. The official accident report is also available on the internet and has been for some time.

    We tend to diminish the point we are trying to make (incompatibility of fundamentalist islam with our society) when we falsely accuse the enemy of gross incompetence. There are enough real examples of arab/muslim ineptitude so there is no need to invent anything. Do you seriously think that Airbus would allow an untrained flight crew to command one of their aircraft, even on ground tests!! Airbus technical staff are highly professional and they have the final say in who does what, where and when. An unqualified person couldn’t even get his big toe into the passenger cabin at Toulouse.

  11. French BEA accident report is here (in French) http://www.bea-fr.org/docspa/2007/f-cj071115/pdf/f-cj071115.pdf

    page 10 describes cabin crew (Airbus staff)

    page 25 lists causes — most importantly, unchocked wheels, which video records indicates is a safety error that Airbus has made in the past at St Martin facility

    You folks ranting about Arabs and what not are quite funny. Your true colors are on the ugly side, however.

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