I don't want to be Debbie downer, but I would say he succeeded, which means it wasn't an "attempt"Audio from the mangled voice recorder of Germanwings Flight 9525 reveals the captain was locked out of the cockpit while the co-pilot appeared to make a deliberate attempt to destroy the plane, Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin said Thursday.
The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight "accelerated the descent" of the plane when he was alone in the cockpit, Robin said. That can only be done deliberately, he said.
At least if the reports are true, this calculating POS didnt crash the plane into a crowded city. Looks like he could have done that too, without being stopped.
Maybe. Or maybe he was hypnotized like the Manchurian candidate and something set him off. It's still a mystery where or what he was doing during that time he stopped his training.
I haven't checked for sure, but isn't it kind of odd that of the last two or three airline crashes not one sent out a distress signal?
Last edited by Moot; 03-26-15 at 10:15 PM.