So when I take off or land in my decent or climb I change altitude on my AP and I always have my device flat on the table but then sometimes I accidentally push the altitude and I disconnect it by accident and the plane pitches sharply down lucky I know how to recover but that always scares me when touching the Altitude😂😂😂😂😂
It can happen to me sometimes…
Has happened to me.
I made a poll about it here lol
72% of flyers claim they have done this.
28% are lying.
As I speak I just did it.
Happens with me too. I even calibrate by iPad multiple times before I do it, but it always does the same thing. I wish it would just stay level until any input was made.
It needs calibrating and trimming!
To answer the question: Yes, back when I was inexperienced
To avoid this: I recommend calibrating very frequently (once every minute), at least in the climb, decent, or landing phases, to ensure you are always calibrated. In addition, I recommend calibrating even if you move the slightest bit. This will give you a degree of movement freedom while also staying calibrated almost 99% of the time!
Seems like you are lying to 🤷♂️
Happens to me sometimes and I get so scared to touch the altitude button. Especially on a long haul, when you’ve just came all the way from the other side of the Pacific Ocean for example, just to screw up the entire flight. 🤣🤣 - Aka the worst feeling ever…
Yess. It’s kinda irritating but it happens.
Got me laughing hard😂😂
I’m not saying that you haven’t experienced that, but you say that the 28% are lying.
I disagree with that, because i have never experienced that and I don’t think the 28% others are lying either. Therefore i “jokingly” said that
Get it? :)
Yes I do now. I thought you meant I was lying on me not doing this. All is good.
very bold claim you make there. Are you psychic?
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