PLANE CRASH: Britannia crash in Yugoslavia: Return pilot interview
PLANE CRASH: Britannia crash in Yugoslavia: Return pilot interviewFlashscan http://mm.gettyimages.com/mm/nicePath/preview?object=a527860663 PLANE CRASH: Britannia crash in Yugoslavia: Return pilot interview. ENGLAND: Luton. Passengers off plane More offJ two police in foreground Captain McDougall is interviewed: Q: Captain McDougall, when you few to the crash today, did you take the same appraoch) McDougall: "Indeed I did, yes, and we carried out full instrument appraoch using all the aids which are available at this airport and found it to be normal" Q:Did you see the crash from the air? Mc Dougall: "We did have a fleeting glimpse as we were coming into land. There were a lot of cars there and 400 - 500 spectators." Q: Did you then go to the scene of the crash? McDougall: "I did, some, one hour after landing." Q: Can you describe it? McDougall: "It looked very much as one would expect any air crash to look." Q: What is the latest news of the casualties? McDougall: "There are 22 survivors and in the opinion of the Doctors, these survivors will live - they are not on the danger list." Q: Do you expect them to be flown back soon? McDougall: "I wouldn't have thought that they would be in a condition to fly back for some days." Q: Have you seen any of them? McDougall: "No, I haven't seen any of them I do understand there is one couple who are not hurt at- all, one of them is in fact walking around the hospital." Q: Captain McDougall, you have flown to Ljubljana yourself haven't you as a pilot? McDougall: "Yes." Q: Is it a difficult landing? McDougall: "No, it's no more difficult than any of the airport if you follow the correct procedures, but it is what is classified as a Class B airfield. Before you are allowed to operate there you must be taken in by a qualified pilot and I did take in Captain Smith and I'm quite sure that he had a good knowledge of the airfield"
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