Before it was released by the commission, the final public report was screened for any potentially classified information and edited as necessary. Airport security footage of the hijackers as they passed through airport security Excerpts from the United Airlines Flight 93 cockpit voice recording, which recorded the sounds of the hijackers in the cockpit and the passengers' attempts to regain control Eyewitness testimony of passengers as they described their own final moments to family members and authorities on airphones and cellphones from the cabins of doomed airliners The commission also concluded 15 of the 19 hijackers who carried out the attacks were from Saudi Arabiabut the commission "found no evidence that the Saudi government as an institution or senior Saudi officials individually funded the organization" to conspire in the attacks,  or that it funded the attackers even though the "report identifies Saudi Arabia as the primary source of al-Qaeda funding". Two hijackers were from the United Arab Emiratesand one was from Lebanon.
The report makes 25 new safety recommendations, on top of a number made in an initial report last year. Some of the recommendations have already been implemented, but it could take years for others fully to come into effect, chief investigator Alain Bouillard told reporters as he introduced the report.
Why do planes still crash? The international aeronautic community will likely focus on the crew's loss of awareness of what was going on, Bouillard said. The use of automatic systems on planes has improved safety overall, he explained, but "when it comes down to it, safety will always be based on the capacity of the pilots and the signals which they are given, which they have to understand and react to.
The intense media coverage of the crash added to the pressure, Bouillard said. The industry will be studying the human factors of the crew on the plane for many years to come. The Bureau of Investigation and Analysis said its report does not examine the issue of responsibility for the crash, which is the subject of a separate judicial inquiry.
History's deadliest plane crashes The icing-up of the pitot tubes was "a phenomenon that was known but misunderstood by the aviation community at the time of the accident," the report pointed out.
Pilots should be trained on how to handle this event and a high-altitude stall with better technical instruction and flight simulator programs, the report said.
Airplane ergonomics should also be improved, it said, "to provide guidance to crews to help them recognize and manage unusual situations. It took four searches over the course of nearly two years to locate the bulk of Flight 's wreckage and the majority of the bodies in a mountain range deep under the ocean.
The aircraft's voice recorder and flight data recorder were recovered from the ocean floor in May after an extensive search using miniature submersible vehicles. The Bureau of Investigation and Analysis said the data indicated that Flight crashed because the aircraft's speed sensors gave invalid readings.
Who's really flying the plane? Last year's report from the bureau said the airplane climbed to 38, feet when "the stall warning was triggered and the airplane stalled.
The descent lasted three minutes and 30 seconds, and the engines remained operational, the report said.
Studies of the debris and bodies found soon after the crash led the French agency to conclude the plane hit the water belly first, essentially intact. Oxygen masks were not deployed, indicating that the cabin did not depressurize, the bureau said in a report.
Flight was passing through an area prone to volatile and dangerous weather known as the Inter-tropical Convergence Zone when it went down. The zone is a belt of low pressure that wraps around the planet. Clouds and storms form along it because it is literally where the winds of the world's hemispheres meet.
The recorders revealed the pilots had failed to discuss repeated stall warnings and "had received no high altitude training" to deal with the situation, the bureau said.
They failed to regain control of the aircraft, and no announcement was made to the passengers, of 32 different nationalities, before it plummeted from the sky. How did you react to the report? Sound off on CNN iReport.Business Analysis Final Report Spy Pond Partners, LLC Arlington, MA July Research Management Database Business Analysis – TPF-5() Final Report Transportation Program Management Database [TPF-5()] Project Managers Leni Oman, Knowledge Strategist, WSDOT ().
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