well said sir, well said. And I think among millions you would be one who would actually know how it feels like to face such situation, that too , two times! But I seriously wish that Planes should have some sort of parachute kind of equipment to make them descent slowly in case of emergency. It's needed a alot.Let us not the judge the pilot. With both engines gone he had no option. I have flown Airbus A-320 and have over 2k hrs as PIC on it. In case of an emergency, the Captain is supposed to take over command even if he was Pilot not flying. The FO than takes over as pilot not flying (PNF). The job of PF-Pilot Flying after that is to aviate, communicate and navigate and the first offcier starts dealing with the emergency. In case of loss of both engines, Airbus has a a laid down SOP in which we have memory items which we are supposed to know by heart and others which will appear on ECAM to be taken care of after the initial actions from memory have been completed. The FO must have got busy to revive atleast one engine but they probably failed in the attempt. They fought till the last moment to save the aircraft and people in it. Pilots sit right in front, they too have families but they do not give in at all to save the aircraft irrespective of who's fault it was. Let us not demean the pilots for this crash and respect them. Please remember, even their family lost a bread earner.