flyingcircusclown IP：110.174.*.* 2010-08-25 10:06:08 65楼
I would like to present two possibilities. 1) The weather didn't change rapidly. [[The local weather station reported fair weather (few cloud), 20km visibility, calm winds (<4 knots), temperature at 27 degrees C and dew point at 24 degrees C with 81% humidity two hours prior to the accident. 5 hours prior to the accident the station reported light rainshowers at 30km visibility, temperature at 30 degrees C with the dew point at 26 degrees C (71% humidity).]]
flyingcircusclown (IP:110.174.*.*) 2010-08-25 10:06:32
The aircraft didn't seem to have suffered from any mechanical failures, normally, the pilots should go around if they are not comfortable with the approach. Anything happens due to that, the airlines shall take reponsibility for inadequate training. What we do to prevent such accidents from happening again is to ensure effective training of pilots.
flyingcircusclown (IP:110.174.*.*) 2010-08-25 10:06:49
2)The weather changed rapidly. [[Aviation Sources in China say, that at the time fog prevailed with a visibility of 300 meters. The airplane touched down 1000 meters from the runway.]] [[with a runway length of 2400 meters (7870 feet) and width of 45 meters (150 feet). The runway 12/30 features PAPIs for both ends, VOR/DME and NDB approaches are available for both ends.]]
flyingcircusclown (IP:110.174.*.*) 2010-08-25 10:07:13
In this case, it's a different story. An airport which is not equipped with ILS shall not give such a jet a landing clearance with a visibility of 300 metres. The jet should have diverted rather than risk landing. And this is not the first time in Chinese aviation industry that passenger jets are not given proper instructions, just like what happened in Nanjing in May.This indicates that Chinese aviation is running blind, they are not clear of who should do what at all.
flyingcircusclown (IP:110.174.*.*) 2010-08-25 10:07:21
In order to prevent passengers from dying from adiministrative failures, Chinese people have to reform their Civial Aviation Authority.