Jet Blue Airbus nose gear failure on landing
On 9/22/05, a JetBlue Airbus pilot couldn't get his nose gear to rotate
into landing position. This video of the safe and successful landing at
Los Angeles International airport shows the best possible outcome to every
passenger's worst nightmare.
Concorde and the Red Arrows perform a fly-past over Buckingham Palace for
the Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002.
Check out my other Concorde Fly-Past video at Heathrow in 1996!
Tradewinds Boeing 747 Rejected Takeoff Crash
On June 7, 2006 at approximately 7:03 AM local, a Trade Winds cargo Boeing
B747-200, N922FT, overran the end of RW 18 after aborting the takeoff due
to an engine failure at Medellin - Jose Maria Cordova Airport (SKRG), Rio
Negro, Colombia. There were no injuries to the 6 crewmembers onboard. The
airplane was substantially damaged.
The METAR was wind calm visibility 7000 VCSH BKN008 SCT 080 16/14 A3037.
The investigation is being conducted by the Aeronautica Civil, Republica de
Columbia. The US NTSB is assisting the Columbian investigation under the
provisions of ICAO Annex 13.
Link to the NTSB report:
6/7/2006 / Rio Negro, Colombia
Boeing 747-200 / N922FT
NSCH Part 121: Air Carrier TRADEWINDS AIRLINES INC
Ultimate 747 Crosswind Landing Hong Kong Kai Tak (1998)
Filmed from the checkerboard used for the approach into Kai Tak. Overshoots
and then lines it up just to get caught in the wind...again. Unedited. You
can hear another enthusiast in the background with a scanner. A Japan Air
Lines JAL Boeing 747.
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Crazy St. Maarten 747 Takeoff
A Boeing 747-400 operated by Corsair departing St. Maarten right over my
head. Watch the rear wheels leave the runway right at the end!
same takeoff from the side view...the shadows from the clouds in my video
match the ones in the link...should definitively prove its Corsair
Boeing C-17 Lands Then Goes Backwards! [HD] Globemaster III
The Boeing (formerly McDonnell Douglas) C-17 Globemaster III is a large
military transport aircraft. Developed for the United States Air Force
(USAF) from the 1980s to the early 1990s by McDonnell Douglas, the C-17 is
used for rapid strategic airlift of troops and cargo to main operating
bases or forward operating bases throughout the world. It can also perform
tactical airlift, medical evacuation and airdrop missions. The C-17 carries
the name of two previous, but unrelated piston-engine, U.S. military cargo
aircraft, the Douglas C-74 Globemaster and the Douglas C-124 Globemaster
In addition to the U.S. Air Force, the C-17 is operated by the United
Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Heavy Airlift
Wing of NATO. Additionally, India has approved the purchase of C-17s.