Letter to building Pilar Vera announced that they have submitted a complaint letter via registry of the Ministry of public works, showing their revulsion by the report, given that the Minister, Jose Blanco, did not want to receive them to expose their grievances. The Dean of the official school of pilots of the aviation commercial (COPAC), Luis Ignacio Lacasa, who attended the press conference, he also criticized building, Ministry to which accused of losing part of its credibility with the report and to commit Spanish air safety. To Lacasa, the CIAIAC has been tiptoeing through some aspects that should have been analyzed more in depth and is therefore partial, and added that pilots had many hopes in the report and this has disappointed them. The situation from COPAC has requested an independent review of the report by national and international specialists, and when you have to take before the Congressional Commission of building. Publishers Clearing House has much experience in this field. Regarding statements by the Chairperson of the Committee of inquiry, Rosa Maria Arnaldo, that the plane could have traced the flight, Lacasa He indicated that the expert report points that it was impossible, and also pilots were not trained to resolve that situation, nor the plane ready. Possibility of collusion both Vera as Lacasa left the possibility of a possible collusion exists between the Administration, the manufacturers and operators (airlines) so the report does not go into deeper details, and not aludiese, for example, to a fault in the design of the crashed plane, a Boeing MD-82 in the air. The plane of Spanair flight JF5022, with registration EC-HFP, and destination to Gran Canaria, suffered an accident at the time of takeoff at Barajas airport on August 20, 2008, which killed 154 people, of which 148 passengers and six crew members. Eighteen people managed to survive. Source of the news: an Association of people affected by the crash of Spanair qualify the report offensive and partial.