Emergency Landing Gatwick Airport, Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747 G-VROM "Barbarella"
Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747 comes into land at Gatwick airport, with the
wing undercarriage stuck up and a hydraulic fault.
1: The aircraft suffered a number 4 hydraulic system failure.
2: The pilot is called Dave William
3: The daughter of the pilot was onboard.
4: Pilot bounced the aircraft to drop the undercarriage.
5: The WLG door snagged on one of the undercarriage wheels.
6: Nine Tyre safety fuses blew on landing.
7: The passengers weren't allowed to use the toilets for 3hrs,
while the pilot carried out maneuvers to dislodge the undercarriage.
Emergency Landing During Flight To Niagara Falls - Pilot Peter Besenyei
Besenyei was required to make an emergency landing near St Thomas Airport
in Ontario during a photo shoot and the damage could not be repaired in
time for the Windsor race. Thanks to his skilled piloting, the Hungarian
pilot, who got a season-high fourth place in San Diego, walked away with
only a few bruises and was not otherwise injured. I was doing a flight with
Nigel to take some pictures and during the final run I had a technical
problem, Besenyei said. I lost oil pressure, which in the end caused the
engine to fail, and I had to make a forced landing outside the field. The
plane is damaged but I can repair it. The most important thing is that
there was no injury. Im 100 percent okay and thats the most important
thing. Besenyei will join the championship again at the next race which
takes place in Budapest, Hungary.
Here's a great article about the emergency landing written by Red Bull Air
Race pilot Nigel Lamb: http://tinyurl.com/kk3kwj
More videos featuring the race in Windsor Ontario on
Kamov-26 helicopter - smoky and flamy cold start.
...about the helicopter: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamov_Ka-26
...about the engines: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedeneyev_M14P
More videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/kelly2006kamov/videos
Cessna lands on highway Interstate 95
This is a news report of a recent emergency landing (and take-off, after
repairs) of a Cessna on the Interstate 95 stretch not far from me. Great
video of the aircraft taking off, right at the DOT camera! That's not often
seen, so it's here for your viewing enjoyment.
As usual, the local news has enough inaccuracies to make this somewhat
amusing. Earlier reports stated that an Essna aircraft had to take off from
the highway, then it noted that the small aircraft's engines were running
at full power to make the take off. A "mere 600 yards" available for
taking off! The Cessna could make three take-offs with that much length,
but clearly the reporter is not a pilot. This report shows the
"malfunctioned fuel cylinder" briefly, which I always thought was an engine
cylinder. The DOT worker adds a bit of local entertainment, certainly, "By
golly, I'll tell you what!"
Engine Failure at final to Land
My Friend JCS forgot about mixture full rich before Base leg... And I was
taking a video, operating a photo-cam first time, didn't see anything. But
the glide was guaranteed.
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Army Beechcraft King air crash landing gear failure Reno
This US Army guard beechcraft king air C-90 (everybody calls it a king air
200) had two green lights on the gear , thats cool if you are a tail
dragger but being a tricycle landing gear aircraft, its bad.
The nose gear would not lock in to the down position. So the fire crews
were alerted, the pilot circled for about 1/2 hour to burn off fuel & let
the fire crews & the cameras get in to position. I shot this from the
national weather service observation platform at the Reno Cannon
International Airport. The airport is at about 4900 feet in altitude so
the airplanes travel a little faster while at that altitude. landing gear
failure crash landing Reno
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.
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 email@example.com
Crazy Cessna Flight & Dead-Stick Landing
A short clip showing some of the best 'crazy flying' we've seen in a while.
This footage was shot at the Ardmore Airshow (Auckland, New Zealand) in
March 1990. It has been suggested that Brian Cox was the pilot on the day
SQ2 GOT STOL?
STOL Quest 2, aka SQ2, in action. If you are interested in the SQ2 please
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No airplanes were damaged during the filming of this movie.