Comments:Airplane crashes at Schiphol Airport; 9 killed

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None of the interviewed aboard mentions engine problems while landing. Seems to me engines then worked as usual. the wiki article however doubts that. Interested what will come out. Bird strike or a typical 737(they crash more then any other) accident.24.132.170.97 18:59, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

Stop speculating[edit]

The crash may be vertical windshear too, don't speculate before knowing factors please. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 88.234.0.153 (talk) 10:51, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

Thats a strange comment. Since i actually point to facts to make a point. And what i am doing is actually against speculations going on (engine problems, engine fall-offs even) , it is not farfetched to have the opinion something was the result of a technical problem, that is a most common interpretation of events like this early on allways.(not unique to me either) Seems to me you have an interest in the industry there then. Also. where there were no birds involved, apparently now it is shown it was indeed a technicallity of this 737 that was the main cause.24.132.170.97 18:50, 4 March 2009 (UTC) ..