|Quoting Se210 (Reply 3):|
nterFlug IL-62 DDR-SEG at Stolln - Rhinow
More information (in german)
|Quoting Don81603 (Reply 10):|
Not sure if this qualifies, but didn't Boeing test a 707 (albiet with over sized tires) in a muddy field that could barely hold the weight of a passenger car?
|Quoting GARUDAROD (Reply 11):|
How about the TACA B737 that landed on the levee outside of New Orleans
some years ago.
That was a grass runway. They had to strip the interior completely to
be able to fly it out.
|Quoting QFA380 (Reply 22):|
If desert grass, ie dirt counts then this would take the cake. QF sent a 742 back to the QF mueum in Longreach Queensland.
|Quoting Dogfighter2111 (Reply 21):|
And sadly we can't see the photo posted by WNCrew, but perhaps he can post the URL to it?
|Quoting PlanenutzTB (Reply 9):|
They build those Russian planes like tanks.
|Quoting GQfluffy (Reply 4):|
Isn't the C-17 capable of unimproved field ops? I don't know if this means grass, though. I don't think grass will hold alot of weight....
|Quoting DHHornet (Reply 37):|
A bit vague, but this subject sparked my memory. A good story if true?
Anyone know anything about a Bizjet (Gulf 2?) landing on the grass in a emergency at a racecourse (in Ireland?). They built a long tarmac car park so it could depart.
|Quoting Hmmmm... (Reply 43):|