از خلبانهاي ايراني متشكرم

از خلبانهاي ايراني متشكرم
by Red Wine
25-Feb-2009
 

خدمتتون مستحضرهست كه فعلا حبس در خانه هستم.

سر ظهر بود كه اخبار اعلام كرد كه يك بوئينگ هفتصد و سي و هفت كه مال خط هوائي توركيش هوا يولاري بود در هلند سقوط كرد.

تعدادي مردند و تعدادي زخمي و مقداري جون سالم به در بردند.

تا الان كه ساعت دوازده و خرده اي شب به وقت پاريس هست,  خيلي از كانالهاي اخبار مختلفي رو دنبال ميكنم.

چيزي كه برام جالبه اينه كه نيم ساعت پيش يك سيبيل كلفت در كانال سي ان ان خرف ميزد و كلي زير سئوال برد خلبانان ترك رو و تازه مردكه از خلبانان امريكائي تعريف ميكرد و تقصيري به جانب كمپاني بوئينگ ندونست.

توي اين گير و دار بود كه به خودم اومدم و ياد خلبانان ايروني افتادم كه اين بنده خداها چطوري اين هواپيماهاي قديمي رو ميرونند و سقوط نميكنند ؟!

بابا دمشون گرم به خدا!اينها واقعا بايد خلبان نامبر وان باشند كه انقدر وارد و مطمئن به كارشون هستند.

از همين جا دست شما خلبانان ايراني را ميفشارم و به شما هموطنان بزرگوارم افتخار ميكنم.فداي همتون.

اي ايران اي مرز پرگهر

اي خاكت سرچشمه هنر

دور از تو انديشه بدان

پاينده ماني و جاودان

اي دشمن ار تو سنگ خاره اي من آهنم

جان من فداي خاك پاك ميهنم ...


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chelo kebob

by bandari (not verified) on

Here is my Q?

Did they ever serve chelo kebob on Iran Air?


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by maziar 058 (not verified) on

orang khan for a such nice soul that can sometimes write beautiful poetry...
at least you could put : aryana air, kabul int. air port. thanks


Red Wine

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by Red Wine on

Thank you guys for your support, you are so lovely ppl :=) .


Orang Gholikhani

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by Orang Gholikhani on

It is because we cleanup very well our plane ;-)

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It all takes good training

by Captain Nasser h Moniri (not verified) on

There is always reason for any accidents,and in majority cases,(90%)is of fault of flight crew member(pilots),now in cetain country training of crew is most exensive items in Airline budget,
In case of Iran Air,before 1979 there was one known accident a DC6(four prop engines)crashed in caspian sea in 1956,and since then until 1979 there was none .almost all Iran Air pilots were trained and licencesed by FAA in the one of best flying school in US ,,because of good safty record that Iran Air had ,was allowed to fly all around the world by IATA(category 1),and most of our former Iran Air pilots achieved good reputation among world pilots ,now they flying in most major world Airlines,in my case (Delta) I was first Iranian Pilot to be chosen to fly senator John Kerry during his presidencial campaign in 2004,But in today Iran,training and safty is not number one issue anymore,money is.


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To Bajenagh naghi

by LA (not verified) on

Where do you fit into this equation?!!!!


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1972 Iran Air......Those were the days

by KavehV (not verified) on

I wouldn't trust my life, or anyone's life that I care for to an Iranian pilot these days. The same way, I would NOT have trusted any other pilot, OTHER THAN an Iran Air/air force (IIAF) pilot 30 years ago.

This is not because of my passion and sense of loss for Imperial Iran. There were many reasons for it; everything from the safety/operations of Iran Air, to financial strength and access to the latest aviation and safety technologies that were available to Iranian aviation. Above all, Iran air always had access to some of the top retired military pilots anywhere. Iranian 747 captains were some of the youngest and most skilled and experienced in the industry (in the world). As airforce pilots they flew logistic flights to US all the time and accumulated flying hours and experience quickly. Unfortunately, This was thirty years ago and most of these pilots are retired by now.

I would be very skeptical of the skills of the new generation pilots who are trained under severe aviation sanctions with obsolete technology. The airframes of their aircrafts have outlived their designed life and that combined with problems with part acquisitions makes for a risky airline operations. Not only that, the economic sanctions also limits their access to safer technology and better training, including sufficient flying hours. And on top of all of that, there is the dubious selection process that requires ideological commitment to the Islamist regime.

One incident that signified all of this to me was an emergency landing of a brand new Fokker100 back in the 1990s (perhaps in winter of 1997). Isfahan airport was fogged in and the pilot panicked before his second approach, or go around. He landed the plane in a dirt field out side of the city. Nobody was injured, but this speaks volumes about inferior flight planning, operations and skills of the pilot.


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Right on Redwine!

by Monda notloggedin (not verified) on

thank you for the post :o)


Iranyvaliazad

Could there be more

by Iranyvaliazad on

A few years ago a plane loaded with passengers took off from Mashad airport.  Soon after take off, at least one of its engines caught on fire and was disabled affecting the hydrolic systems of the plane.  The skilled pilot managed to not only turn the plane around, but to land it with many difficulties and no major injuries to anyone.   I clearly remember reading the news articles in various online news web sites, such as Tabnak, Entekhab, Kayhan .. what was amazing was that not a single paper said a word about how skillful the pilot was or even mention his name, however, the news media emphasis on the fact that as passengers felt their lives in danger, started to pray to Reza (keep in mind NOT ALLAH) who is burried in Mashad and "AGHA" personally saved the plane and its passengers!

I personally think the pilot wasn't Iranian, but rather one of them rented Russian pilots and that is why the officials didn't mentioned any names or how Agha not being familiar with foreign languages helped a foreigner to land a plane.


bajenaghe naghi

redwine jan

by bajenaghe naghi on

as you said before and i agreed with you, we iranians are very special people. just look at us how we have survived and prospered for thousands of years. we have brains, muscles and good looks. god bless us all.