Dont talk about things you dont know. Nothing was noticed by neither crew or pax on both aircraft untill after the aircraft landed in IBZ ... And yes, I studied the official investigation. NO SINGLE CREW of any airline is going to fly with known damage to aircraft. Mistakes where made yes, but to call it "a hit and run" is outrageous. The only thing these compensation rules (and nitwits) are doing is to put companies under huge pressure when there are technical faults. If you sit on a bus from de Lijn and it breaks down in the middle of nowhere, you aint gonna get 600€ compensation eitherPassenger wrote:I thought we were talking here about airlines trying to avoid the legal compensation in case of a delay.Lysexpat wrote:You mean they would admit both pilots felt asleep instead of making up a redicoulous story about callsigns?Passenger wrote: Never never? I don't agree with that. Some airlines, like Brussels Airlines, have a company policy to tell the passengers what's going on, even if that has expensive consequences like having to pay the indemnity as per EU rule 261/2004.
A better example then yours above would be that hit-and-run accident from a low cost airliner in Barcelona few years ago, who hit another airliner on the taxiway but continued the journey, ignoring remarks from several paqssengers, probably afraid of loosing too much time.
Seriously ... You're another one of these people who thinks they know something about aircraft because they are in it a few times a year and your Google Search function works really well and im sure your lively imagination helps as well. For the rest you come here with unfounded "information" and I have queried your sources several times and never got an answer. There is just one word for that ... sad