I see a lot of mindless speculation and jumping to conclusions on this thread.
Every pilot has a first time for landing at ANY airport.
Everyone, including FReepers, should calm down until an official investigation is complete. Remember, news reports are, more often then not, full of inaccuracies or total misinformation.
Remember the old adage “Better to be thought a fool, then to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.
Perhaps you should repeat here what you know about this airline’s reputation.
Well, based on evidence so far, including physical, debris trails, impact marks, witness statements and video, it appears this pilot and those in the cockpit, totally screwed up...
Too slow, too low, and way too short.
If it's his first time, or he has low hours in that particular plane, then he should be "co pilot" until he DOES have experience, regardless of whether, organizationally, he's the higher-ranked pilot.