Likewise, the automation is not designed to handle extreme failures of the aircraft.
I beg to differ. Even though i'm unable to find it on the net i distinctly remember that after the crash of UA232 (total hydraulics failure) a system was developed (but not installed, as it was deemed too costly) that could land a DC-10 in those extreme circumstances.
Who doesn't like a 3,100 C fire in his pants!
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So fuck them, that's my take on this.
Ahhh those "lobbyists" and their quirky italian accent... That'sa badda forr dee economee...