|Quoting mcr (Reply 8):|
Where do you draw the line between an "emergency landing" and a crash?
My assumption is that "emergency landing" means the aircraft was flying and had to set down on the runway due to an emergency.
The runway overrun and destruction of the aircraft would then be a continuation of the need to land due to the emergency.
If it was simply landing long or a problem with the brakes after landing - then it would be a crash, not an emergency landing in my opinion.
The OP does say this occurred upon landing, so it would not be a rejected takeoff overrun. (Yes, I know it looks like they would have been past V1 if it was an RTO, but sometimes taking the overrun is necessary even above V1. The key knowledge factor being knowing the plane will crash - the pilots just choosing where to crash.)
The English writeup with the video only talks about the aircraft failing to stop on the runway and does not indicate there was any emergency until the overrun. However I have no idea what was said by the TV
announcer in the video in Portuguese?
If the aircraft used Rwy 35R which is only 4,680 ft long - he was still going awful fast when it left the end of the runway. Certainly faster than 50 kts but less than 100 kts would be my guess from the video.