I've been in two, and I'll second Ndebele, not that much to see (thankfully). First was a NW DC-10, summer of 1981 SEA-LAX. During the takeoff roll, an AirCal 737 started to cross our runway. Our captain slammed on the brakes (and everything else) and we stopped no problems. We sat for awhile to allow the brakes to cool, then took off and flew gear down for 45-50 minutes. On arrival in LAX we were greated by the fire trucks on on touchdown, which paced us down the runway. We were towed off the runway and deplaned. Nothing seemed wrong with the landing but my father said on touchdown there was a fair amount of smoke behind us as we rolled out.
Other was a bird strike/ingestion after takeoff from MIA in 1995, AA MD-80. We leveled out low, circled out over the ocean and dumped fuel, then returned to MIA. The real problem was the captain took awhile to come on and tell us what was up, so those of us who had flown from MIA b4 knew our departure wasn't routine, but didn't know why. Oh and of course the really disguting oder of burned seagull.
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