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Topic: Runway Overrun Video
Username: nitepilot79
Posted 2012-03-06 05:40:20 and read 4877 times.

I watched this several times a few minutes ago. Good thing this wasn't at Congonhas. I had trouble posting a direct link, But you can go to www.msn.com and the video is on the first page at the top. I think it's number 2 or 3 out of 7 videos. It's worth the watch.

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: ual777uk
Posted 2012-03-06 06:00:20 and read 4755 times.

Jeez! He should never have landed, he did not appear to touch down until at least half way down the runway. Could have turned out to a disaster.

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: Kcrwflyer
Posted 2012-03-06 06:21:32 and read 4630 times.

Not sure what they were thinking there.

Link-

http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/vid...csid=ux-en-us&initialmoduleindex=3

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: nitepilot79
Posted 2012-03-06 06:29:33 and read 4579 times.

Quoting Kcrwflyer (Reply 2):
Not sure what they were thinking there

Thanks for posting the link, I was having trouble as I mentioned before. That should have been a go-around all the way. Maybe a touch of get-there-itis?

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: AmericanAirFan
Posted 2012-03-06 06:32:19 and read 4549 times.

Whats even worse, the pilot lets the FAs know on short final that they're landing, and the FAs make an anouncement as they're floating down the runway!

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: nitepilot79
Posted 2012-03-06 06:38:52 and read 4521 times.

Quoting AmericanAirFan (Reply 4):
Whats even worse, the pilot lets the FAs know on short final that they're landing, and the FAs make an anouncement as they're floating down the runway!

That was a new one for me. I hope their flights aren't as late as their landing announcement.   

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: zeke
Posted 2012-03-06 06:38:54 and read 4521 times.

This was discussed a few weeks ago when the video was first posted.

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: 71Zulu
Posted 2012-03-06 06:40:22 and read 4500 times.

This was the original and now archived thread.

A320 Overrun Video In Kalibo (by Jpax Feb 16 2012 in Civil Aviation)

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: nitepilot79
Posted 2012-03-06 06:44:34 and read 4475 times.

Quoting zeke (Reply 6):
This was discussed a few weeks ago when the video was first posted.

Didn't see anything about it anywhere until just now. My eyes aren't working today. Apologies.

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: garpd
Posted 2012-03-06 06:57:26 and read 4389 times.

Ooops! Someone might have a pink slip waiting for them in the crew room back at base.

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: gulfstream650
Posted 2012-03-06 07:34:29 and read 4197 times.

Disclaimer: Private Pilot - not jet or airline.

To me it seems as though there was a fundamental lack of planning in that approach. It is my understanding that asking the cabin crew to prepare for landing is part of the pre-landing/approach checklist. So why was it being done when they were 200 ft AGL??

The aircraft didn't land until about halfway down the runway.

I think that the conclusion will be that the crew did not established a stable, and properly planned approach - I would guess that they were rushing.

Topic: RE: Runway Overrun Video
Username: usflyer msp
Posted 2012-03-06 07:41:36 and read 4156 times.

Wow, that pilot should be fired. That was a clear-cut case for a go-around. The airport's rescue team should be fired as well as they were just running around with hoses not knowing what the hell they were doing. SMH.


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