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  • Beneigh has flown Boeing 727s and is rated in a simulator to fly the 767.
  • As the 767 approached the speed of sound, strange things would have happened to the plane, said Beneigh.
  • If the plane's power system failed, the hydraulic pumps would continue to work as long as the engines were running, Beneigh said.
  • While the extreme steepness of the initial drive would have terrified passengers, they would not have known when the plane approached the sound barrier, Beneigh said.
  • Although the extreme steepness of the initial drive would have terrified passengers, they would not have known when the plane approached the sound barrier, Beneigh said.
  • Aerodynamic forces, structural failure or something other than any actions by the pilots could have caused the plane to go back up, said Ted Beneigh, an aeronautics expert on the 767.
  • "Everything that could have caused it to dive could have caused it to climb, " said Beneigh, an associate professor of aeronautical science at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
  • "Everything that could have caused it to dive, could have caused it to climb, " said Beneigh, an associate professor of aeronautical science at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
  • Aerodynamic forces, a structural failure or something other than any actions by the pilots could have caused the plane to go back up, according to Ted Beneigh, an aeronautics expert on the 767.