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#857191 by clarkeysntfc
12 Sep 2013, 13:01
Sounds like a pretty normal day at the office in terms of this being an incident the flight crew are trained for, over and over again. They appear to have acted out the procedures in an exemplary fashion.

Only slight concern appears to be that the CVR data was lost, which could've been a concern had there been a more serious issue.
#858461 by Fuzzy14
27 Sep 2013, 17:01
Just catching up didn't realise AAIB had issued this report.

CVR preservation is a frequent theme in AAIB reports and it was preserved, it was the FDR that was allowed to run. The loss of data was for the previous flight so irrelevant this time.

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