What pilots who safely landed deadly Southwest flight may have experienced in cockpit

20/20 EXTRA: ABC News' Martha Raddatz takes a simulated flight with instructor pilot Michele Halleran at the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona, Florida.
3:14 | 05/11/18

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We went to a flight simulator Embry-Riddle aeronautical university in Daytona Florida. So we're just went. And told built this isn't an exact 737. Costs. Instructor pilot killed when it was taste of what those southwest pilots were up against. Yes. Courageous in doing your job. Where do lawyers listening to. Golden predator. Haven't heard her. You know we're yeah. Yeah. Embryonic around oxygen service. I was excited as Sonoma and Atlantic yeah. Nine miles out. Probably can't pay their turn control and speaker in here headphones on. That has tracked. And so you've already been since Atlanta the towers are already alerted that crashed cars and need rescue inside so. You've already had this already. Done they're just waiting for you to come down on the ground they conceal those licenses there isn't. Figuring it's act. Passengers back pain and brace position her act. Not knowing I was landing. Well. You're thinking about winning this airplane down safely and that's the number one goal right now. And that's what you're gonna do. Ronald. Thirteen point eight. And here on the. And in an emergency like this I would actually stop on the runway and allow the head charts to come. To me. And you also poured into this for the agency before this even happens in the reason why is this now obviously this from his clothes right. There is not immediately means or take off on its. I now your airplane is being in the team and outside. And then and now you're naked short of the passengers who got him. You're done you're gonna go back to see those passengers who are here and I think the passengers. For their patients obviously Bryant enterprise corporation. And then at the same time you're just gonna make sure events. There is no fire hazard and there is another day event this morning. Jeopardize anyone's safety in getting out of the U.

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