EgyptAir pilot Capt. Walid Murad says the company’s operations center provides all information about the aircraft and follows him from start to finish when the pilot is hired.
Walid Murad added, “During a telephone interview with the” Extra News “channel, he said,” I was informed of bad weather and snow at Heathrow Airport, and I was informed of an alternative airport if the plane failed to land. Weather. “
Murad explained that everyone knows that this is an airplane, but for us it is a task we do to the fullest and implement all security measures to get to safety.
In an interview with the “TMC” channel, he said: “I did not do anything normally, any colleagues in the company would have done what I did, because we were trained in all emergencies … I did. Work that anyone in Egypt Air could have done.”
He pointed out that each pilot has an agenda and alternative plans in case of any emergency, noting that he has been trained and adheres to a specific timetable, and added: “If there is appreciation for what I have done, I will be proud of those who trained me. I trained and learned in the Air Force and in Egypt. Only those who have taught us will be proud.
Captain Walid Murad, who piloted the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to Heathrow Airport on Saturday on its 777th flight, was universally applauded for its bad weather, but he avoided it and landed safely. , As shown in a video, which was widely shared by social media users.
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