and flight recorder data, put it in a simulator, and trained himself on the maneuver. He found no discrepancies in the flight path, and was able to perform the maneuver after a few tries. He insists, however, the pilot would have to have had actual yoke time on a 757, which brings up the question of training. The flight path, with a 270 descending turn is clear evidence of a visual approach, not remote control.
edit: 757, not 767
Undo what Wilson did
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