Last Words

It is said that pilots are the first one’s at the scene of a crash. Some are caught unaware but most fight the problem all the way down. The CVR (Cockpit Voice Recorder) records their final words. These are some of them.

“There he is .. look at him! Goddamn that son-of-a-bitch is coming! Get off!”
Pan Am 1736, Boeing 747, 27 March 1977.

“Pete, sorry.”
Air Canada 621,Douglas DC-8, 5 July 1970.

“Hey, what’s happening here?”
Eastern Airlines 401, 29 Dec 1972.

“Ma I love you.”
Pacific Southwest Airlines 182. 25 Sep 1978.

“Larry, we’re going down, Larry…. I know it!”
Air Florida 90, Boeing 737, 13 Jan 1982.

“Amy, I love you.”
Atlantic Southeast Airlines 529, 21 Aug 1995.

Vnokovo Airlines 2601, 29 Aug 1996.

“Ah here we go.”
Alaska Airlines 261, MD-80, 31 Jan 2000.

“Too late! No time. No TIME!”
Air France 4950, Concorde, 25 JULY 2000.

One thought on “Last Words

  1. Note to Readers:
    This was posted before the crash of British Airways flight BA038. Ironic but not quite psychic.

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