FO: First Officer. CPT: Nice… than we continue straight ahead….descending FL070. FO: I just told the passengers that it was cloudy! CPT: But… it stopt raining.
FO: Not raining… FO: but still cloudy! FO: I made once that mistake of telling the people that it was nice… because it said CAVOK. CPT: Me too.
Only the temperature was correct! 🙂 CPT: Preselecting the tower frequency.
FO: Thanks. CPT: Do you understand this conversation?
FO:…. No…. FO: Difficult conversation.. CPT: But… uh now? CPT: And then you hear the propellors at the background… CPT: 17 degrees. Pretty warm. CPT: Or 20nm? Now it’s gone. FO: I only saw some traffic overhere… (TCAS traffic is not on the display any more). CPT: We have to keep a look out. when we see something. FO: Yes. CPT: Yes, today we perform an IAN approach. FO: Thats possible with this aircraft. CPT: In the descent page a programmed the average temperature deviation and the QNH. FO: I once forgot to enter the QNH.. and then I ended up pretty high. FO: The you see how important that is. CPT: You are correct. CPT: Slowly start to configure. FO: I thought what is he saying?
CPT: I keep it like this. CPT: BANDU is overhere.
FO: Yes I see it now. FO: FAC single channel.
(FAC=Final Approach Course) CPT: Well… what do I see over there… … approach lights. CPT: Preceding manual. CPT: We should have an altitude check overhere… FO: Just having a look. 3nm – 1020ft. CPT: 1020ft now.
FO: Checked. FO: It is the second parking position to the right later on. CPT: Not vacating on this road… and then later on second right. CPT: Stupid joke.. I know. FO: Do you know if we need to start the APU? CPT: Yes we need to start the APU. CPT: Touchdown at minut 40… now I see minut 42… Marshaller in sight, taxi light off. CPT: BANDU was not on our legs page…