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A small plane did a emergency landing with only one wheell!!


 


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Perfect Cessna 210 Emergency Landing - MUST WATCH!!!
A 1960 Cessna 210 Centurion (N6575X) had to make an emergency landing without its main landing gear extended. The pilot did a great job landing with the nose wheel locked down. The aircraft suffered only minimal damage.





25 most DANGEROUS and STRANGEST AIRPORTS in the WORLD! Most amazing & crosswind landings collection!
The most dangerous, amazing, unusual and challenging airports in the world! 25 most DANGEROUS and STRANGEST AIRPORTS in the WORLD! Most amazing, incredible and crosswind landings! Part 1 Incredible landings and takeoffs in extreme conditions. In this first part you will see a collection of the top 10 world's most dangerous airports in the world. ---- List of the airports: Gustaf III Airport (SBH), also known as St. Barthélemy Airport (SBH) - Caribbean Tenzing-Hillary Airport (LUA) also known as Lukla Airport (LUA) - Nepal Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) also known as St. Maarten Airport (SXM) - Caribbean Gibraltar International Airport (GIB) Courchevel Altiport (CVF) - France Barra Airport (BRR) - Scotland Alexandros Papadiamantis Airport (JSI), also known as Skiathos Airport (JSI) - Greece Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport (SAB), also known as Saba Airport (SAB) - Caribbean Madeira Airport (FNC) - Portugal Santos Dumont Airport (SDU) in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil Paro Airport (PBH) - Bhutan Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (MLE), also known as Malé Airport (MLE) - Maldives Cambridge Bay Airport (YCB) - Canada (North side) Ioannis Kapodistrias International Airport (CFU), also known as Corfu Airport (CFU) - Greece Toncontín International Airport (TGU) - Honduras Queenstown Airport (ZQN) - New Zealand Puerto Jiménez Airport (PJM) - Costa Rica Leipzig/Halle Airport (LEJ) - Germany Wellington International Airport (WLG) - New Zealand Kai Tak Airport (closed in 1998) - Hong Kong New Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) Scotland Cay Airport (MYXI) - Bahamas Staniel Cay Airport (TYM) - Bahamas Deep Water Cay Airport (MYGD) - Bahamas Spanish cay (MYAX) - Bahamas Kansai International Airport (KIX) - Japan Ice Runway (NZIR) - Antarctica Teniente R. Marsh Airport (TNM) - Antarctica Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) - Canada Kangerlussuaq Airport (SFJ) - Greenland Staniel Cay Airport (TYM) - Bahamas Agatti Aerodrome (AGX) - India La Nubia Airport (MZL) - Colombia Loakan Airport (BAG) - Philippines Tortuguero Airport (TTQ) - Costa Rica ----- Images and videos under CC license are listed in "Source videos - View attributions" and below: Lukla: "Superikonoskop" from wikimedia.org Sint Maarten: "alljengi" from Flickr.com / Video: "alljengi" from Flickr.com and from "Delta9prod" youtube channel Gibraltar: "Ayala" from wikimedia.org Courchevel: "Peter" from Robinett flickr.com / "Piponwa" from wikimedia.org Barra: "calflier001" from flickr.com Skianthos: "Kullez" from flickr.com / "ChristosV" from wikipedia.org / "Son of Groucho" from flickr.com Madeira: "Koshelyev" from wikimedia.org / "Richard Bartz" from wikimedia.org / "Manfred Kohrs" from wikimedia.org Saba: "Pia L" from wikimedia.org / Video: "Patrick Hawks" from flickr.com Rio: "Steve" from flickr.com ---- Curiosity





Landing with a Slip...
Once again this is my dad Bob Norton flying for non profit Adventist Medical Aviation or AMA for short. This is just 1 of many video's he has of his flying in the jungles of Venezuela. This video is of him landing in a village named Frijol. He has to come down against the Mt and slip all the way down so he can land at the end of the runway in order to have the use of the whole short runway. There is one of him taking off from the same place. Check out all the video's i have of him and more to come. If you want more info just go to www.medicalaviation.org/venezuela or email nextbnn@yahoo.com





Trainee Pilot Safely Lands Piper Warrior with Missing Wheel at Mangalore Airport
A TRAINEE pilot narrowly averted disaster after completing a daring emergency landing north of Melbourne today. Drama struck when one of the three wheels on the 21-year-old student pilot's single-engine Piper Warrior fell off soon after take-off at Mangalore Airport, 130km north of Melbourne CBD. The pilot, flying solo, was forced to circle the airport for five hours to burn off fuel. The Chinese student with just 120 hours flying experience was talked down by his flight instructor, police and aviation safety authorities. He was said to be in good spirits and calm while emergency crews talked to him by two-way radio during the ordeal. The pilot speaks English as a second language and a fellow student and his instructor at times spoke in his native language during the drama to avoid confusion. Emergency crews knew a crash landing was likely, heightening concerns it could spark a fire at the dry and dusty aerodrome. Just metres off the runway. The aircraft, missing its back right-hand wheel, touched down at Mangalore Airport about 1.20pm. Fire crews foamed the runway, but the Piper veered off to the left soon after touching down. The plane lurched, then came to a sudden stop, sending up plumes of dust. The pilot remained in the cockpit as emergency crews poured more foam on the plane to prevent a fire. Acting Sen-Sgt Clayton Munro told the Herald Sun at the scene: "It was an excellent landing." The pilot was not hurt but left shaken. The pilot had noticed the plane was not flying correctly soon after his 9am take-off. His instructor said to fly near the airport so a visual inspection could be done, when it was noticed the wheel had fallen off. During the emergency, Mangalore Airport spokesman Joe Gagola told the Herald Sun: "He's in good spirits at the moment. He's as calm as can be expected at the moment and is just circling the airport trying to use up fuel. "Until he uses up more fuel, nothing can be done ... the school has their chief pilot here, the police have their airwing here. He's got plenty of help." Mr Gagola said the student was a capable pilot but the landing would he difficult. "He's not a novice so he has a little bit of experience, but landing on two wheels is not going to be easy," he said.





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