So many projects, so little time...
- Jun 25, 2014
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A follow-on problem must be that even if the faulty IRS is shut down, accumulated positional and attitude/directional errors will then need to be corrected.Ouch. The worrying element there would be that they couldn't completely switch the failed IRS out of the system - as evidenced by the continuing display of incorrect info, and probably the other symptoms as well. The implication is the Quick Reference Handbook procedure for shutting it down wasn't adequate. Systems will fail, but if the procedure for dealing with them is wrong, then that's worrying.probably unrelated but yet more B.737 'issues' … https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/newsscotland/edinburgh-bound-ryanair-flight-found-flying-near-north-pole-in-computer-blunder/ar-AAJGrbc?ocid=spartandhp
One is forced to wonder what else Boeing has got wrong in both its failure mode analysis and its pilot information.