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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Tomaskom » Sat Apr 13, 2013 2:53 pm

Eurofighter showing off... Did the pilot mean it this way? I guess not THAT close... (after 1:10)
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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:12 pm

While I do think that while the pilot had some margins, if needed, to push the throttle quite a bit further forward and pull a bit harder, going that low for the sake of the show might be less safe than preferable.

Had he been coming in with that high alpha and on full throttle, it for have sure been a god time to move back a bit from the runway. :wink:
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Yet another LionAir overshoots the runway :(

Postby chris_blues » Sun Apr 14, 2013 12:05 am

http://edition.cnn.com/2013/04/13/world ... index.html

Fortunately no heavy injuries or fatalities!!!
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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Sun Apr 14, 2013 3:06 pm

How many time have you done this around KSFO?

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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby chris_blues » Sun Apr 14, 2013 3:11 pm

:shock:
I wouldn't want to experience sth like that iRL!!!
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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:36 pm

Displaced landing thresholds are a reduction of the length available for landings. They can be used for take offs and for the end of the landing roll.

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Runway diagram, Displaced threshold on Wikimedia Commons.

Here is a very good reason why you really should not use them for touch down during landings:



Airport: 52F, Northwest Regional Airport, Roanoke, Denton County, Texas (FAA airport data)

NTSB Accident ID: CEN13LA041, NTSB preliminary accident report

No fatalities. Yay! :D


EDIT: The scary thing is that one of the YouTube comments mentioned that there actually are flight instructors who teach their student pilots to do use the displaced threshold for landings... :?
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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Michat » Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:30 pm

Cri Cri over the roof.


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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Michat » Fri Apr 19, 2013 7:12 pm

727-230 is by far my favorite airline aircraft in FG even it's cockpit equipment is poor, its behavior on air is awesome heavy feeling. I love 727-230 is the kind of plane to fly on a visual, manual, right base pattern.

Please enjoy this video, but enjoy also FG 727-230 ----o0o----
Awesome oily with 8 flaps' position.



Do you like those kind of approaches? then try Albenga, and also Lugano in FG, try some TOGAs, and tell me how was your experience flying the FG's 727-230. Those airports are difficult. However I don't know why is easy for me to land in those airports than in SanDiego KSAN for me the most difficult app of FG. Maybe because is flat terrain with a light slope.
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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Wed Apr 24, 2013 9:21 pm

Swedish J 35J Draken taking off, flying and landing at F10 Ängelholm/Barkåkra 2002, DailyMotion. (12 minutes, Swedish with English captions.)

From a blog post (unfortunately in Swedish): Malte, POS och Johan 56 (as in Mats "Malte" Lindskog, the pilot, Bengt-Arne "POS" Persson, the crew chief, and "Johan 56", the aircraft individual), at the Swedish blog "Lae - inte bara en stad på Nya Guinea" (Lae - not only a town on New Guinea).


EDIT: A rather different British Airways take off:



EDIT2: Air to air refuelling (AAR) close call: :shock:



EDIT3: One word: Alternate! How can he possibly believe he can pull of a landing in 50 kt gusts... :shock:

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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Fri Aug 09, 2013 2:20 pm

Possible birdstrike, compressor stall (bang) and aborted takeoff. Airbus A330, Thomas Cook Airlines, Manchester Airport:




EDIT: T-45 birdstrike and return to runway (apologies for the poor video quality):

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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Fri Oct 25, 2013 1:11 pm

A near miss with the ground. Some of you might remember a video with a Tipsy Nipper in flat spin that just barely recovered. Here the pilot is describing the incident:

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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Sun Dec 01, 2013 2:28 pm

Ever worried about those mud streaks behind the wheel wells? :wink:


Near incident with a not so impressive climb rate... :? Got there in the cold morning and leaving in the hot afternoon (i.e. forgetting density altitude) or just rounding down the weight of each pallet?


Beautiful Icelandic scenery. :D
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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Thu Dec 05, 2013 6:53 pm

Scary take off. Notice that he did not use flaps and that the wing does not pass above the trees but rather through the trees. :shock:

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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:12 pm

Two student pilot crashes. They both seem to have had too little throttle and/or too high nose.






Harrier takeoff and landing (no music, just raw footage :D ):

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Re: Accidents and Incidents / Amazing Landings & Take Offs

Postby Johan G » Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:45 pm

Turbulent 767 crosswind landing. Can you say aeroelasticity?

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