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More: Airbus A320-232
More: Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
More: USA - California, September 21, 2005
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N536JB (cn 1784) JetBlue 292 BUR-JFK makes its emergency landing at LAX. The front gear was turned perpendicular to the runway causing the sparks and smoke.
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A visitor from United States posted Fri July 29, 2011:
Imagine what the people in the terminal thought.

A visitor from - posted Tue June 21, 2011:
A very scary but amazing pic. Kudos to the pilots.

A visitor from Portugal posted Mon May 2, 2011:
Spectacular picture!

A visitor from United States posted Thu April 28, 2011:
I remember this day like it was yesterday. How often does this happen? Especially as a photographer who can capture such an awesome moment!

A visitor from - posted Fri April 1, 2011:
The rare moment!

A visitor from - posted Sat February 26, 2011:
This shot provides a clear, unobstructed view of the danger at hand; not one bit of blur. Excellent, steady view of the plane at touchdown.

A visitor from United States posted Thu December 16, 2010:
Great, so they saw the film on their tv screens. It's not like they are getting NEW information. Obviously, the captain already told them what happened to it.

A visitor from - posted Wed October 13, 2010:
" A visitor from - posted Sun January 31, 2010:
THE PASSNGERS SAW THE NEWS ON THERE PTVS THEY MUST HAVE BEEN SHOCKED"

or they could have looked out their window

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sun July 25, 2010:
Very good

A visitor from United States posted Thu May 20, 2010:
Look at the nose gear, look how its bent, all that pressure its withstanding!

A visitor from United States posted Sun February 21, 2010:
I love the perple on the lift by the AA MD watching...
and the person below the wingtip of the MD peeking a look above the container

A visitor from - posted Sun January 31, 2010:
THE PASSNGERS SAW THE NEWS ON THERE PTVS THEY MUST HAVE BEEN SHOCKED

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 16, 2009:
Good job landing, i remember seeing this on the news. I was SO SHOCKED

A visitor from - posted Mon July 13, 2009:
Perfct photography

A visitor from United States posted Wed June 24, 2009:
Wow i can remember watching this on the news just so vividly. That pilot derserves so much credit!

A visitor from United States posted Sat June 6, 2009:
Wow, i remember watching this live on the news.

A visitor from - posted Thu May 28, 2009:
Note the QF 744s in the background

A visitor from United States posted Sun February 22, 2009:
Great landing and i like the photo!!!

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 21, 2009:
I remember watching this on cnn when i waz 9

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 3, 2009:
You were very lucky to have got this shot off!

A visitor from Finland posted Mon December 22, 2008:
Note that the sparks / flames were visible only when the nose wheel drifted on the painted centerline.

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Tue September 9, 2008:
This photo shows the courage of the crew not to give up! Perfectly shot!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 8, 2008:
I saw this on tv. Rare shot!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon June 23, 2008:
Look at the windows at the engine. they're closed.i think some people used it as a visual cover. the pilots did a good job

A visitor from United States posted Mon May 19, 2008:
Great picture.
it i just beautiful.

A visitor from United States posted Wed April 9, 2008:
Awesome job!

A visitor from United States posted Thu November 29, 2007:
As Jim Carrey would say: SMOKIN'!!!

A visitor from - posted Wed November 14, 2007:
Impressive picture! I had the chance to watch the emergency landing of this aircraft on CNN, and they were lucky to land safe and sound. The pilot did an excellent job at managing the whole emergency situation with the front gear.

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 27, 2007:
Wow!..i watched it live on the news back in 2005...it was amazing...the pilots made a perfect landing...no injuries!...the a/c didnt even stray off the runway!

A visitor from Canada posted Sat October 6, 2007:
JetBlue has onboard live satellite TV, and the passengers were watching the coverage of their flight and subsequent emergency landing "live on TV".

A visitor from Ireland posted Sat October 6, 2007:
Very dramatict

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed September 5, 2007:
The pilot is just awesome. Saw this on news happy that nobody was injured.

A visitor from United States posted Fri August 17, 2007:
Me too. I remember this. I heard that they had to fly around to burn off fuel before landing. Very great profesional pilots!!!

A visitor from United States posted Fri January 12, 2007:
I remember seeing this on the news. Great work by the pilots for bringin her down, and great job by the photographer for capturing the moment.

A visitor from United States posted Fri December 1, 2006:
Wow. let me tell you this is a great picture. i love the shot you took.

A visitor from United States posted Fri November 3, 2006:
I remember watching this live on tv when it happened. this pilot really knows his stuff, as do you, being able to capture this great shot.

A visitor from Spain posted Thu August 31, 2006:
Landing as good as foto.
Thanx
VORTAC

A visitor from Ireland posted Mon August 21, 2006:
You just cant get any better than this! Excellent shot well done, it feels i am there myself watching this plane land.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu August 10, 2006:
Yust in time to get a good view om what's happened.

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed July 26, 2006:
Well, man, what a shot! i mean, its huge what an Airbus, what a pilot and what a photographer!
its scary as heck, its awesome, its real!
well, its perfect what an achivement!

Toprates / Rickard, Sweden

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 7, 2006:
The photo is of execptional quality, it it is not grainy and it is of an execlent subject, not that plane accecidents are execelent, you know what I mean.

A visitor from Tunisia posted Wed July 5, 2006:
Good performance.

A visitor from Canada posted Mon July 3, 2006:
I was in Tijuna when this actualy happened...WoW, I could not believe on how this plane came down to a safe landing...

A visitor from South Africa posted Sun July 2, 2006:
This is just simply Spectacular and Scary

A visitor from Denmark posted Tue June 27, 2006:
The photographer,the pilot and trvellers are lucky one!
awesome picture!

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 15, 2006:
The fire sparks under the aircraft,I feel like i'm there witnessing all the actions.


A visitor from Brazil posted Tue June 13, 2006:
Excellent picture of an excellent landing made by a excellent crew! This shows how important good pilot and flight crew training really is ! I followed it on TV live and it kept my breath until the lucky end ! Bravo to those pilots and may all others be as cool as they have been, should an emergency situation occur someday !

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri June 9, 2006:
5* o yes an explosion !

A visitor from Japan posted Wed June 7, 2006:
Great shot of something so spectacular!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Tue May 30, 2006:
Wow, nice shot

A visitor from United States posted Sun May 28, 2006:
Much more than great or fantastic.I believe that all that's good in our country's Airlines and excecptional training standards,along with devoted crew and the ATC,and heavenly guidence brought them home.

A visitor from United States posted Sat May 20, 2006:
Really good shoot and really really good landing. Ialso watched it live on msnbc. i also like the sight of the two qantas planes in the backround behind the hanger.

A visitor from United States posted Tue May 16, 2006:
My gf told me about this Jet Blue while I was stationed in Iraq. That looks pretty scary.

A visitor from Norway posted Sat May 13, 2006:
It is unnusual to catch a moment\situation like this.You can almost feel the tension inside cockpit.

A visitor from United States posted Sat May 13, 2006:
I work right next to LAX and watched this happen on our building's helipad. Quite a carnival-like atmosphere on the freeway next to the airport as traffic was blocked by motorists trying to get a glimpse of a crash landing that never happened. The pilot did a great job with that landing.

A visitor from United States posted Sat April 29, 2006:
Awesome shot! I watched this live on CNN. Hats off to the pilots too.

A visitor from United States posted Fri April 28, 2006:
Good Job with Pilots and as Peoples of 145 passages,that is whoo. I hope that is get ok! and do not forget to smile!

A visitor from Canada posted Sun April 16, 2006:
I watched it live from TV!

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Beautiful but dangerous. Jirik

A visitor from Canada posted Fri April 14, 2006:
What a landing. The pilot did a great job at landing her,with the tire twisted too. I saw this live on CNN. Man oh man. When I grow up I want to be a pilot but I hope I never have to encounter something like this. That pilot better be darn proud!

A visitor from Pakistan posted Tue April 11, 2006:
Well done pilot/photographer for expert work





A visitor from United States posted Tue April 4, 2006:
Excellent Landing by this pilot, very soft, smooth and right on the centerline. Perfect example of a soft field landing for those of you in flight school. This pilot had amazing talent to bring the airplane in so softly and to keep the nosewheel up for so long.

A visitor from United States posted Sun April 2, 2006:
I wonder if any of the passengers were watching live coverage of their own flight using the PTV's with Direct TV in the cabin. ;-)

A visitor from Canada posted Fri March 31, 2006:
I saw this event on live TV. The pilot did an amazing job landing the A320 with the tire rotated. I also think there was some prayin goin on that helped too :)!

A visitor from Germany posted Sat March 4, 2006:
Great shot.... great crew performance...

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 2, 2006:
Exceptional pic

A visitor from United States posted Thu February 23, 2006:
The landing followed hours of fears fear by the passengers, hours of fear for the passengers by the public watching the feared landing. an example of the fine pilots entrusted with the lives of the flying public.

A visitor from United States posted Thu February 23, 2006:
I saw this when the pilot landed this plane. I was scared the nose gear was going to colaps. Great Shot!

A visitor from United States posted Wed February 22, 2006:
Great shot!!! I saw this on TV. That was one hell of a landing good job pilots!!!!

A visitor from Ireland posted Tue February 21, 2006:
I remember watching this landing live on the news. I was sure the nose wheel would snap off. Excellent piloting skill and photography skills for this pic.

A visitor from - posted Mon February 20, 2006:
Even though i have seen that pic. many times i still think it is amazing!

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 18, 2006:
Photographer did a great job being there at the right time and place for this picture.

A visitor from United States posted Sun January 29, 2006:
Absolutely amazing! Shows how good they handled the situation. Centerline touchdown!

A visitor from Virgin Islands, U.s. posted Sun January 29, 2006:
Great picture, looks like a scene from a Hollywood movie. Hope the flight crew got a well deserved vacation.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue January 24, 2006:
Bet the pilot got well done by jet blue!

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 21, 2006:
Yep. That's an Airbus for ya.

A visitor from United States posted Thu January 19, 2006:
I was on that flight...just to tell everybody, that was one hell of a landing done by the pilots of that JetBlue flight. I'll never forget watching what was happening to us inside the plane with the on-board television screens. Very creepy moments up in the sky (everyone was shocked!!!

A visitor from Pakistan posted Tue January 17, 2006:
An excellent photo during the "Action". We can't see this type of photo all the days...

A visitor from United States posted Sun January 15, 2006:
My hat is of to the crew of this flight

A visitor from Germany posted Fri January 13, 2006:
Best shot of 2005!

A visitor from Germany posted Mon January 2, 2006:
Great Shot!

A visitor from Germany posted Mon January 2, 2006:
Good timing and great job of the pilots!

A visitor from France posted Sat December 31, 2005:
Wow ! impressing

A visitor from United States posted Wed December 28, 2005:
Great landing under difficult conditions, everyone else was making comments I just wanted to be popular...

A visitor from Canada posted Sun December 25, 2005:
Shows the great skills of the B6 staff on that flight! Excelent!

A visitor from Australia posted Sat December 24, 2005:
JUST GREAT

A visitor from Germany posted Sat December 24, 2005:
A extremely brilliant photo of an extraordinary situation. You must have good nerves to take a shot like this one. Almost as good ones as the pilots.

A visitor from India posted Fri December 23, 2005:
An elbow cracking salute to the pilot. awesome pic=dark

A visitor from Zambia posted Mon December 12, 2005:
Tumbs up! for the pilot. must have taken great courage upon touch down, good job to the photographa

A visitor from United States posted Sat December 10, 2005:
Wow! Great job to the photographer and pilots!

A visitor from Australia posted Thu December 8, 2005:
Good shot

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri November 25, 2005:
The photogapher was in the right time and in the right place indeed. Actually I think the fire is not so critical. Try to put off the tires from the rims of your car and to brake - you'll see the similar fire. But nobody will make picture and post here :-)

A visitor from - posted Wed November 23, 2005:
Fantastic capture. Yes, the landing was anticlimatic, but I'd rather have it that way than the other way around. Hats off to the flight deck crew. ...and the photographer for being there.

A visitor from United States posted Sat November 19, 2005:
The more I look at this photo the more I admire both the pilot for a skillful and gutsy landing and the photographer for a great and dramatic shot.

A visitor from India posted Mon November 7, 2005:
Superb Picture Me cabin crew in Go air India really very happy to c a wonderfull picture

A visitor from Canada posted Sat November 5, 2005:
Jet blue is turning red, fast!

A visitor from Thailand posted Thu November 3, 2005:
Beautiful, right at the very moment !

A visitor from United States posted Fri October 28, 2005:
GREAT SHOT! I'm glad everything came out all right! A+ to the pilot for a great landing and to you for a great photo! I can not say enough! P.S. I think this is the most comments I've ever seen on a single pic! Keep up the good work Andrew!

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 26, 2005:
Nice Shot of a great landing.

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 25, 2005:
Its not the picture, its the guts to shoot such a picture and also the guts of the pilot to make such an unpredictable landing... This snap could have caught death of the people inside too.

A visitor from United States posted Fri October 21, 2005:
Good shot but I do not know why we are congradulating him. We should be congradulating the pilot and God. Not the person who took the picture. You all here get a thrill off of bad things. Be THANKFUL!

A visitor from Denmark posted Thu October 20, 2005:
This one is more tricky to put a comment on - This is a once in a lifetime shot, which primary quality is that it was taken at all! The lesson is: always bring a camera where ever you go. Better be an Elph or a tiny Sony than nothing at all!

A visitor from Singapore posted Thu October 20, 2005:
Aswesome landing!

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 19, 2005:
Clarity, you can still see the wheels cocked. The color and fire reflected in the fuselage is amazing

A visitor from Iceland posted Mon October 17, 2005:
WOW!

Good motive there, Andrew!

I'd say two thumbs up!

PS: But....it would be even nicer if you would reupload the photo in 1050 pixels ;-)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat October 15, 2005:
Caught the scene perfectly!

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Sat October 15, 2005:
Look at the back. All the people climbed to ladders, cars etc. to see what was going on.

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 13, 2005:
Wonderful shot. Very clear, sharp image. I hope the passengers understand how blessed they are!

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 13, 2005:
Good timing on snap shot, great clarity. "Canyon Blue" flying great. Flew yesterday from BQN to JFK nice flight with smooth landing in bad weather at JFK. Working on aircraft over 23 years I had no problem flying 536 but held off telling family until JFK.

A visitor from Colombia posted Thu October 13, 2005:
First I think that this is an excellent shot, it was taken just in the right moment; the pilot was brave by landing this aircraft safetly, ¡Congratulations!

A visitor from Australia posted Wed October 12, 2005:
Amazing clarity, clear backgrounds, and the detail of the point of impact just amazing

A visitor from Croatia posted Tue October 11, 2005:
It`s just spectacular!Pilot really knows his job!

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 11, 2005:
This Picture is so that words can not describe it

A visitor from Canada posted Mon October 10, 2005:
It shows what punishment a aircraft can take and what a good pilot can do

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 9, 2005:
That's cool

A visitor from United States posted Fri October 7, 2005:
I saw this dramatic landing live on television as it was happening. Incredible to see. The pilot was amazing and deserves praise and a promotion.

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 6, 2005:
Brilliant landing! I happened to see this aircraft at Denver International Airport in Denver, Colorado after the repairs were made. The nose gear looks brand new!

A visitor from Serbia And Montenegro posted Thu October 6, 2005:
This photo is very impressive!
Great photograph and more then fantastic pilot.I think that pilots of Jet Blue and JAT Airways are really one of the best in world :)

Serbia,Belgrade

A visitor from India posted Wed October 5, 2005:
Gem of a still,being a trainee pilt i feel inspired

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 4, 2005:
There's nothing like being at the right place at the right time! Pat

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 4, 2005:
Cool and recent

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon October 3, 2005:
Excellent photo!
Excellent landing!
Its all good! :-)

A visitor from Bahamas posted Sun October 2, 2005:
I was watching this whole thing on tv the other night it was a very tense moment when the aircraft touch down sparks were every where it was an excellent job by bthe pilots

A visitor from Germany posted Sun October 2, 2005:
Sometimes, this moment makes aviation more interesting...!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat October 1, 2005:
I reckon this photo is really good because it's just right freeky, all the sparks coming from the front landing gear.
great shot!!!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 30, 2005:
The image is much more clear than I expected it to be.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Really great landing by the flight crew.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 29, 2005:
It is rare to see photos like this!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Great subject...Stunning occurence

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Nice shot man wow.

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Amazing!!! Great Job all the flight crew!

A visitor from Venezuela posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Hanks to God everything came out well. To the pilot they should honor him and to increase him the salary, to assure him the life... Rogelio Bandez desde Venezuela.

A visitor from Belgium posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Conairflight maybe.....:) great shot!

A visitor from Uzbekistan posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Fantastic!!! Anybody have a video?

A visitor from Romania posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Good pilot.well managed situation specially when the front gear is perpendicular.great skills.goodluck

A visitor from Pakistan posted Thu September 29, 2005:
In the picture there is moment is captured.... different from the ordinary ones...Alll counts is timing...superb

A visitor from South Africa posted Thu September 29, 2005:
I think this foto roks

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 29, 2005:
A great photo as the photographer had to be in the right place at the right time and even with the adrenalin going he still gets the shot. brilliant

A visitor from India posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Mind blowing!!!

A visitor from Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of posted Thu September 29, 2005:
The pilet did exselent job of lending the plane he was in control of the plane

A visitor from United States posted Wed September 28, 2005:
The fire, the smoke, the scenery. It's something you rarely see.

A visitor from United States posted Wed September 28, 2005:
This is a pretty sweet shot! I mean, you seemed to capture the flames at their fullest, which makes the photo look dramatic!

A visitor from Belgium posted Wed September 28, 2005:
I give thumbs up two the pilots ... well done

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed September 28, 2005:
In the right place, time and oportunity

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed September 28, 2005:
What a timing! These moments are rare to catch..... If you can keep your camera straight at such a moment, you're a real photographer

A visitor from Spain posted Wed September 28, 2005:
Congratulations to the crew for their amazing landing, and thanks and congratulations to the photographer for being there with his camera! Great picture!!! Five stars from the Basque Country

A visitor from Germany posted Wed September 28, 2005:
WTF.
WOW

A visitor from Italy posted Wed September 28, 2005:
Many thx to the photograper who shot this pic, that show how safe are modern planes even if putted in serious situations like that one was.
Anyway, only exellent pilots can get out the best of those wonderful flying machines !

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 27, 2005:
Clear close up view. Good action.

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Tue September 27, 2005:
The timing of the shot is perfect, but words are not enough to explain the pilot's and C/O performance, the question is why did this happen & what if the nose gear was only stuck on less than 90 angle, 20 degrees or 45. No dought that this is God's mercey with us.

A visitor from Canada posted Mon September 26, 2005:
Jetblue landing at lax was vary anticlimatic but interesting. i was expecting the front landing gear to colapse, but we all know it dident. airbus builds them strong

A visitor from Uruguay posted Mon September 26, 2005:
It's a great shot good job.

A visitor from Philippines posted Mon September 26, 2005:
Excellent shot. Opportunities like these are rare and especially because it had a happy ending. Great pilot and F/O. But then why did the nose gear go perpendicular.

A visitor from Australia posted Mon September 26, 2005:
Wow!This is cool!!!

A visitor from United States posted Mon September 26, 2005:
Look in the back ground. There are aviation workers they shou how serius the situation really is. This lends much to the picture.

A visitor from Argentina posted Mon September 26, 2005:
This shot was great it was taked by a great camera. The pilot acted excelent and do what the manual say to do.

A visitor from Australia posted Mon September 26, 2005:
Mad!!!

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Sun September 25, 2005:
¡A real pilot, probably he studied in Spartan!!

A visitor from United States posted Sun September 25, 2005:
This is the best photo i have seen in my life

A visitor from Hungary posted Sun September 25, 2005:
Good shot!

A visitor from United States posted Sun September 25, 2005:
Beautiful shot...better than CNN!!

A visitor from Brazil posted Sun September 25, 2005:
It is already an historical picture because it registered a very tense moment in aviation history, broadcasted live for the entire world to see and cheer for those who were on board. Thankfully, nothing bad happened. Congratulations to the pilot and F.O. for their competence.

A visitor from Brazil posted Sun September 25, 2005:
Wow , this shot is so mch cool (and famous).

A visitor from Brazil posted Sun September 25, 2005:
Fantastic shot! It's better than any newspaper shot I've seen from this emergency landing. Congratulations.

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Beautiful shot. Captured the sparks and everything very clearly. The media rather botched the whole affair, going incredibly hysterical. Props to the pilots, very nice landing, soft, centerline control, held the nose off...it all came together quite nicely.

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Fantastic shot of the emergency landing, with the nose gear not collapsed...and with lots of sparks.
Absolutely fantastic!!!

Steven C,in S Korea

A visitor from Malaysia posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Good pilot and good photographer!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Wow very dramatic!!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
I'm only an 11 year old kid and I know a good pic when I see one! I watched this happen on the news the other night, and I thought those flames were going to get to the wings and blow the plane to bits. I was glad to see everyone walk out O.K.

A visitor from Lebanon posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Why there was no fire foam on the runway ??!! Well done !! Great and lucky landing ! Cool Pilot

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Awesome capture, i think this was hyped up a little but still hats off to the pilots and Airbus, performed to the book.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 24, 2005:
It caught the incident as it happened

A visitor from Algeria posted Sat September 24, 2005:
It is the best photo...

A visitor from Australia posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Grind it baby. Most expensive skateboard ever.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Great Landing,shot !!!!!!!!

A visitor from Portugal posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Good photo...good Pilot...good Luck

A visitor from Norway posted Sat September 24, 2005:
He are very good pilot.

A visitor from Greece posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Notice how things look easy when performed by professionals?
Telly

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
LAX Approach, we have a problem.

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Nice action shot, capturing the moment of truth! Yes, pilots did a great job, putting into action all the extensive training they have received. However, I would have to disagree with the passengers and others who thought this mishap could have ended in fatalities. A nose failure is not good, but it isn't reason to right away think passengers will not make it. Worse case scenario, plane lands and veers off runway, nose gear collapses, some injuries to passengers (maybe). Of course, the media got a hold of this one and ran! So people, take it easy. If I would have been on that flight, I would have been rather calm and trying to explain to passengers writing final notes to loved ones that no, you most likely have nothing to fear, just an extra rough landing. BTW, pilot here.

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
I saw the landing live,what a pilot to land with just two wheels,excellent pilot.

A visitor from Venezuela posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Amazing, great photo my friend!! I couldn't belive it when i was watching that happen live on TV!!!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Great job by the pilots on the perfect landing, amazing skill. I watched in awe as they floated it down and kept the nose off. Nice photo

A visitor from Portugal posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Cool

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
Hell of a landing pilots! Great landing and a great save!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 24, 2005:
The photo is great but I'd like to say..."Captain...you are the man".

A visitor from Mexico posted Sat September 24, 2005:
¡great landing! i saw this landing on TV CNN.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great photo man those pilots were brave! i watched all the coreage on the news and boy was it dramatic!

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 23, 2005:
It was a terrible situation but the pilot knowd how to actue it was a great landing

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
My friend, you have now been promoted from captain to a general, with nerves as solid as a rock, and as for my camera man, big salute goes out to you as well, do take note on how the cocked nose gear never left the white center line picture perfect

A visitor from Venezuela posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excelent resolution

A visitor from Italy posted Fri September 23, 2005:
From one photographer to others....
F10 and be there
great timing, composition, this should be in the newspapers.

A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Hot stuff :)

A visitor from Thailand posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great shot!, Happily everyone is O.K. Congrats to the pilots.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Action! Action! Real-time Drama!

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Fantastic!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Well consitering i'm afraid of flying and never have before i look at this amazing shot and it makes me realize that it cant be that bad when you have a pilot like Nick to saftly bring this plane to the ground even in a herendis situation like this.He deserves a huge bonus for not only saveing 140 passengers but the plane too.My hats off to ya!!!

A visitor from Poland posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I rated this photo to glorify pilots skills. Plane with perpendicular wheel was ride directly at line of the runway. GREAT JOB !!

A visitor from Colombia posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great job! The Sunset pointing the plane's nose seems to start the fire bellow the plane. That's the way it is. Pilots should be ready "always" for this kind of emergencies. God bless the entire crew and passengers!

A visitor from Poland posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excellent pilot!

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great !!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I love how this person--who took this picture--captured the smoke and fire when the plane landed. It makes for a dramatic photo, showing how daring the pilots were in landing the airplane.

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This picture should be framed in two copies and signed by all the crews and passengers and then send to both pilots. They worth it. Yves

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Holy shit!!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 23, 2005:
It would be impossible to get one like this but you did

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Considering it was an Airbus A320 it never seizes to amaze me that this particular model has a flair for tv sensationalism. Of course, kudos to the pilots for doing a fantastic job. This picture is worth a thousand words. It also goes to show you cannot compromise on quality when it comes to landing gears, and neither does this photo. Good Job.

A visitor from Taiwan posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This is great!

A visitor from Italy posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Beautiful photo and great pilot! Compliments!

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great shot!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great photo and the photographer not bad either. xxoo

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Aai that is not so good for the plane.

greets from holland

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great job Captain!

Congratulations.

A visitor from Poland posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Superb and very good!

A visitor from Philippines posted Fri September 23, 2005:
You are really prepared for this picture!

A visitor from Philippines posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This picture really impress me.

A visitor from Philippines posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Good Job!

A visitor from Philippines posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This is a good picture!

A visitor from France posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Very impressive, the wind knocked out of me !

A visitor from Angola posted Fri September 23, 2005:
The photo, shows a great deal of technique, the great colors show in a great detail all the situation of the moment

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excellent Photo! Beautiful landing by the pilots, when your under that much stress it's not likely that you would be more lenient landing.
Great Job!!!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
First of all, Jet Blue is all I fly,though I havent been on this particular plane. I admire their success and operation, I still am always in wonder when flying, at times exceeding 600mph,7 miles above the earth,in temperatures of -20 to -60 degreesand all about are calm bored passengers.I guess most ignore the reality of the situation.However, there is the pilot, this is what he gets paid for, this picture will be on his wall,nice job.I imagine most people on the plane could sit in the pilot seat at altitude and feel like a driver,Not so hard. But here was the pilots chance to shine, and he did. In some ways I could see a little more "bling" or "pizazz" being added to takeoffs and landings,There are incredible dynamics taking place in the photo and they have been captured beautifully.Everyday static backround contrasting with controlled chaos.It's beautiful,it looks like he lands this way 2 or 3 times a week. I relate in my small way because I started auto racing this year, no experience, and first time ever on a track, I find myself caught up in the competition,nearly 130mph approaching a 90 degree turn,I wouldnt back off until those following did and then I have to make this turn, I almost put my signal on.But the appeal is functioning,focus,operating with out fear,making the commitment,So, while I bet most others on the plane are dealing with wild thoughts and fears, I bet the pilot is enjoying his confidence, and if i could enlarge the picture,I bet we'd see him smiling.

A visitor from India posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great courage by pilot`s who have landed the plane safely and saved the life of innocent passengers...A nice photo...

A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Cool Shot!!! And what a great emergency landing!! Congratulations to the pilot!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
"great shot"

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excellent photo captures everything very will done to the pilots that brought this baby down and a suberb landing the pilots are heros saw it on t.v

A visitor from Switzerland posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I think it was not the easiest to take such a clear shot when all the earth was bibbering if this landing comes to a lucky end ....

A visitor from Nepal posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Definitely 5 stars for the pic and a lot more to the pilots, great job in a pressure situation, the outcome excellent!!!!

A visitor from Malaysia posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Well Done,pilots

A visitor from Poland posted Fri September 23, 2005:
What's a shot! What's a pilots!

A visitor from Spain posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Congratulations, in the right place at the right moment. Once in Madrid something similar happened and the firemen put loads of foam on the runway to avoid sparks...

A visitor from India posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great photo.its on the front page over here in india

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Right place, right time, and pin sharp.

A visitor from Indonesia posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excellent picture indeed. Great moment. Successfully ended up with no one injured!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excellent capture... Good detail, in focus, essentially at the height of the event.

A visitor from Norway posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Amazing landing!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Love the AA Guys in the background looking in amazement

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
The pilot should be given a medal

A visitor from New Zealand posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Superb pilot and Excellent shot. It seems nerve breaking moments.

A visitor from Taiwan posted Fri September 23, 2005:
What a nice skill!!

A visitor from Chile posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great shot! The pilots control the plane in all landing

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Heck that is one tough landing gear.. was watching it live..thought it wouldnt hold up.. but it did!!! they should've put jacks underneath the plane when disembarking though..it's alittle dangerous to put more pressure on the already weak landing gear

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Wow! A exelent pilot in emergency landed

A visitor from Taiwan posted Fri September 23, 2005:
What a GREAT shot and I think all the men & women are Brave Crew & passengers.

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Fantastic landing in this emergency setting. Congratulations for the pilots and the photographers too.
Fernando Lisboa

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
WWOOOWWW!!! He put on a good show! Surprised he didn't snap the nose gear off doin that.

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great shot,
In the video you can see how long the pilot keeps the front gear up in order to slow down.

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Awesome picture,
In the video you also see how long the pilot keeps the front gear up to slow down the plane before impact.

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Vivid moment !!! Right in the most critical moment.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great shot. Too bad this happend to B6 again. The last time it happend was in November 2004. Do the search on the NTSB web site.

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Fantastic shot. You caught the moment

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
So much better than most media photos of the same event. :)

A visitor from Argentina posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Only one word: great.

A visitor from Kuwait posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This is a case study picture with a lot of feed back. perfect shot, well done

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This is not only a great shot from a technical standpoint (great action shot), but given the drama of the moment, this is one of, if not the, best photo here at airliners.net. The only one who did a better job capturing this photo was the pilots who landed her.

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 23, 2005:
It`s amazing that this little fellow made it with the risk of loosing the front gear, fortunately there were no injuries and no major looses.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I can see more detail on this picture than on tv

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I saw this live on t v yesterday. I was going to go to the airport to see it but they said it was going to land in 15-20 minutes. It was so cool to see this plane land. A great light show with no injuries! Great!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Accurate positioning & detail under the cicumstances !

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Perfect shot, worthy of applause of this happy ending.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Drama in action!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This is a very, very, interesting photo!
Awesome!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
The sparks really show how close the airplane came to catching fire. Great job to the crew!

A visitor from Canada posted Fri September 23, 2005:
3 cheers to the pilot. Hip Hip hurry, Hip Hip Hurry, Hip Hip Hurry. Great job.

A visitor from Colombia posted Fri September 23, 2005:
This shot is going to be seen as an example of professionalisms to every commercial pilots in the world.

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Oh Captain my Captain!

A visitor from Portugal posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Fantastic shot...
the pilots nervs of steal to lend the plane, and the most important, nobody has hurt...

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excellent pilots. Its the best picture

A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Nearly perfect shot of what luckily did not end in a desaster

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Excellent photo! I'm so happy this one turned out good. Congrats to the skilled airmen that brought this plane down.

A visitor from Venezuela posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I saw the whole thing on TV. It Was a great emergnecy landing. Congrats to the pilots!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great landing to the jet blue crew

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I was watching it on the news last night and I think this pilot did a fantastic job

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
I've been in a landing with no wheels and that was scary but not as scary as this (imagine waiting for the aircraft to spin out of control and burst into flame) because when we landed I knew we were lading with no gear (by the way this was Austrian airlines flt 111)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Sheer Perfection by all - pilot, crew & photographer. Hope I never have to attempt a similar landing when I get my PPL.

A visitor from Switzerland posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Great shoot.....

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I would fly with this crew every time,congratulations to all concerned on a safe outcome from a british traveller

A visitor from France posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Woooow ! It's very terrible !!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Saw the whole thing on tv good job to the pilots to make this a safe landing! good picture

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Beautiful shot of a beautiful landing.

A visitor from Singapore posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Wow!! No thrust reverser, no spoilers and no steering yet he follows the centerline. Excellent airmanship!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The same jet blue emergency landing happened here in NYC (jfk) flaps wasn't working properly. Everybody was OK.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Flames segue into sparks which segue into smoke, in perfect proportion to the plane and framing of the picture. Since no one was injured this is a picture that can be appreciated for both content and composition.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Fantastic ending of a terrible nightmare. Jetblue should be proud of this a/c crew. Their profesionalism and training really reflects in their performance.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The skillfull pilot greased that landing!!! Hats of to the entire crew for getting everyone on the ground safely. Excellent picture captures everything to full detail.

A visitor from Malaysia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
What a remarkable photograph, indeed! The pilots of this airplane should be highly commended and given an award, for doing such a great job. It is unfortunate when malfunctions occur, turning air travel into a potentially dangerous and life-threatening situation. This photograph of JetBlue Airways' Airbus A320, underscores the Importance of Scheduled Maintenance, on every flying machine in service today. - Celestino.

A visitor from Venezuela posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The moment, fantastic.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
What an outstanding landing no one was hurt

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great Picture,Great Pilot, Great Landing,Great Airplane

A visitor from Honduras posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Saw the landing live on TV, what a great job the pilot did landing this plane, sure glad nobody was heart

A visitor from Spain posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot!

A visitor from France posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Beautiful plane and flames !

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Grrrrreat landing .

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot! The pilot should be commended on his good landing!

A visitor from Bulgaria posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Really frightening. I hope everything with the crew and the passengers is OK and they are all in good health

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This is the view the crew and all the
passengers will want to hang on the wall
..one plane,one pilot,one hell of a
landing..it's the faces you can't see
that make this shot so special!!
thanks for the memories!! amg54

A visitor from Finland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Absolute great picture! Great job captain. Sami Finland

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The A320 is my favorite aircraft and now I like it even more. Thanks to the crew for a perfect landing.
The whole crew deserves a raise>

A visitor from Uruguay posted Thu September 22, 2005:
A very impressive moment, thanks to the captain and the crew, this was only an incident. Great picture.

A visitor from Venezuela posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This is the best landing I've ever seen in my life. The pilots are the best! Definitely, God exists.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The pilots did a fine job. So now you see what happens when everyone remains calm?

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Although is a great picture, the most important thing is that all the passengers and crew are ok thanks to the pilot's professionalism. The landing was by the book, right on the center and amazing how the landing gear took such punishment without tearing apart. Again, glad everybody made it in one piece.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Good job. You saved many people's life.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The flight crew should be highly commended for a job well done!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Many Thanks again for this GREAT PICTURE!

A visitor from Belgium posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great clear photo, current and quick, well done. I've made many parts for the A320, it's a fav. of mine, so I'm sorry to see this happen. Eddie

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It was the most beautiful landing that I have ever seen in my life, I'm a fan of this pilot.

A visitor from Italy posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The photo is technically very good, and at the same time illustrates a spectacular(and luckily harmless for the people involved) event.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Maybe it was luck, and just good timing, but more than that, the skill to be quick enough to catch that image in such a great frame at such a great side-angle... just awesome. A moment in history of superb piloting! Good job!

A visitor from Ireland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Nice landing, tough old bird!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Amazing clarity and focus since it is still in motion.

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
As an airline employee this is the most dramatic photo i've seen in years. hearty congrats to those pilots.

A visitor from Austria posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent action pic.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
That must have been a scary experience!

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Best picture ever

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Hi,this pilot is the Hero from me!king of the pilots!btw. i am from Czech Airlines CSA ! Prague(PRG)LKPR

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Very sharmp and clean photo of what is going on..Good details..

A visitor from France posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Cabin crew ok, plane ok, landing ok .... :-)

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It's was a great and proffesionally done emergency landing!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Fantastic capture of this dramatic moment. One of the few, if ONLY non-TV captures of this emergency landing. This landing will remain memorable for years to come because of A.) The aircrew's skill in making a butter-smooth landing, and B.) The Los Angeles and national media machine for turning a relatively low-risk emergency procedure into a life-or-death 3-hour dramatic ratings-grabbing breaking news event. Great photo!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Resolution - Clarity
Clear to understand what is happening
Happy ending :)

A visitor from Honduras posted Thu September 22, 2005:
WOW great job captain

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Rare shot, great landing, great plane

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Sharp focus despite very fast motion;
captured the burning front wheels and the pilot(s) in the cockpit;
included sign of Rwy 7R-25L of LAX on which the jetBlue was landing

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This is a great picture.. It shows that the pilot is properly trained right! Thank gawd everyone is ok!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Well I was just looking at my Janes aircraft recognition guide to seconds ago and it's a jetBlue they have in there as the photograph of the A320. Excellent photo!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I step a side from this man!! Great effort from the pilot and crew..Nice shot..

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great job by Jet Blue crew !! But this landing would not happen if they were flying the newer & much modern Jet BLue aircraft ! ; )

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great picture. Thank God all are safe!

A visitor from Venezuela posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It's amazing, the photo was taken at the exact moment of rush.it also captures lot of background of the airport, not just a simple runway.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Superb shot after superb action from the flightcrew

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Being at the right place, at the right time, with the right lighting, and the right equipment. Aircraft photography just doesn't get any better!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent

A visitor from South Africa posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Breathtaking picture!!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Congrats to the photographer as well as the pilots!

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Increadible. I still with my heart on my hands about all the time until it lands. Congratulations to the crew!

A visitor from Panama posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Waaoo!! Those pilots did an excellent job yesterday, congratulations! It's amazing how they controlled the plane at landing... un felicitamiento..

becky suman

A visitor from Argentina posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent

A visitor from Germany posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Well done, by the Pilots of this "A320". Congratulations! Happily everyone is OK!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
That the passengers were able to see this (and tell about it!) is amazing!

A visitor from Bolivia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great job by the crew!!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Timing was excellent for this shot!! Thank God this was a safe landing and great skills from the entire crew especially the pilots in control!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
As a pilot, this is what year or two of intense training and recurrent training will do. Great Job jetBlue. And Kudos to the photographer, nice shot.

A visitor from France posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Rare!

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
A unique shot showing the durability of aircraft tire in an adverse landing situation.

James T Y Lee

A visitor from Chile posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Just in time

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The sparks appeal to me. great landing

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great job

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The new best picture off al time on airliners.net great!!!!!!!!!!!!!

congratulations to the pilots great job.

A visitor from Turkey posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great Pic

A visitor from Germany posted Thu September 22, 2005:
From Pakistan!!!

Beautiful photograph. Very rarely one gets the evidence of such a happening so as to help understand the chain of events led to such a drastic situation. But one thing one must not forget is, problems with the landing gear is not uncommon, but such a problem with A-320s 'is' uncommon. A-320, the star product of Airbus, enjoys least crash or crash landing records. Let's see such 'widely media covered' crash landing leaves what effects on A320s' sales.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The new picture off al time on airliners.net great!!!!!

Congratulations to the pilots.
wilfred

A visitor from Thailand posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Good job skipper

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Ouch! That hurts...

A visitor from Pakistan posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I can only say that this is a holy Landing

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot fo the fireworks, nice and clear with the fire crews in the background

A visitor from Denmark posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Very nice photo.
I think the passengers want a copy off this picture too show there friends.
I don't mind too fly with this crew, great job.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Very good job by the photographer, and very good job especially by the pilots. Congratulation!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Splendid (picture and landing)

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The position from where the photo is taken is perfect to show the extent of the problem. The damaged nosegear is visble as well as the flames. Well done pilots and crew.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Wow

A visitor from India posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It seems to be a 25% glorius,25% hearty,25% timing and 25% dangerous moment for captain.great job captain,i bow for you.great job of you too andrew.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Nice shot. This has happened before to United at ORD in 02, but I never a shot like this,WOW

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Nice to see a photo of the positive result of this incident.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Brilliant capture of a heart-stopping moment! Wonderful photography. Excellent poise from a pilot's prospective.

A visitor from Pakistan posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Actually the credit gose to the Pilot he is really made the good landing.It was second time i saw this difficult landing but this time ...I congratulate to the cockpit crew that they made to their last effort to save the pax and a/c both.GOD BLESS both of them

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I was hoping someone on the ground caught this...nice timing on the tire burst

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Amazing photo right time right place. glad we're all safe, excellent crew!!

A visitor from Poland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Exce,,ent and very llucky moment

A visitor from Austria posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Woow great!

A visitor from Finland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot. Once in a lifetime ones, framing pretty good considering that this is one of the lifetime shots.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This photo captures the pride of being a pilot. Flying is hours or years of routine punctuated by a few seconds of applying all of your skills and instincts to bring such an emergency to a successful end. Congratulations to all pilots, but especially, in this case, to the pilots of jetBlue!

A visitor from Spain posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The great job of the pilots...hurra

A visitor from Hungary posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent job! congratulations to the pilots!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
OK...who left the handbrake on?
Excellent landing by the crew! Excellent photo!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Planes turn me on!!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
1st - Hats off to the WHOLE crew for a job well done.

The picture is nicely framed, catching the action and all of the drama. Well done!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Unbelievable!!! Congrats to the pilots and crew. My hat goes off to you. Final outcome could have been a lot worse.

A visitor from Kuwait posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great Job by the pilots, It seems as it s landing on an aircraft carrier !

A visitor from Germany posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I'd say just in time! Great and proffesionally done emergency landing! Glad everyone is ok

A visitor from Malaysia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Really nice shot! The sparks are beautiful! Thanks to the flight crew for brigning the plane down safetly

A visitor from Dominican Republic posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This is what we should call a hair-rising moment. My congratulations to the crew for the nerves of steel, and the great capability of handling that horrible situation.-

Froilan Varela

A visitor from Hungary posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great landing! Congratulations to the pilots and for the photo as well!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu September 22, 2005:
What a landing!
Well done to the pilot and crew!

A visitor from Serbia And Montenegro posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Magnificent landing and picture. The pilot had done very good job

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Very nice photo!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This is a great shot and shows just what the modern technology of an a320 can stand up to.

A visitor from Spain posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Really unbelievable

A visitor from Kuwait posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Outstanding Job by the pilots...Great picture

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Imagine being on that plane for the 2 hours they were burning off fuel...horrible situation, GREAT outcome!!

A visitor from Sweden posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Someone once said "Timing is everything", in this case it is not the whole truth. Besides the timing the angle and framing of the picture enhances the rather hot front landing gear (or former landing gear I suppose...)

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Exceptional photo, those magnesium wheels sure gave a light show. Congratulate to the pilots and crew,,well done.

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Marvelous land! safe and clearrrr
congratulations for this pilot and his crew! Nice Photo!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It is exellent,because 1.shows skill of pilot to land without injury to passengers.2and courage to photographer who may had to get close to runway 25.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Awesome

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Sparkling beautiful!

A visitor from Mexico posted Thu September 22, 2005:
What a landing, congratulation and cheers to all the crew. both thumbs up. Excellent pilots.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great pic ....talk about heat of the moment!!

A visitor from Dominican Republic posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great job by the crew, i watched the hole thing on CNN, it was breathtaking

A visitor from Malaysia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Whoa!! What a terrific incident.But Credit should be given for the JetBlue pilots for successfully bring the A320 touching down safely.Great shot and what an excellent job from the pilots!

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Super!

A visitor from Austria posted Thu September 22, 2005:
As already said:

Great shot.
Glad nothing bad happened!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great photo. It shows the remarkable skills required by the pilots to carry out a safe landing saving lives.

A visitor from Poland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
That was THE moment. Perfect photographer's reflex made this photo unique. What did JetBlue pilots goes to the immortal glory of aviation!

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Like a pearl very Rare and beautiful good job.

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Quality and unusual photo of nose wheel damage / failure

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great photo, I think a few crew members deserve a raise, jetBlue :P

A visitor from India posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The captain sure set the runway on fire. Like a scene straight out of a hollywood movie. Heard the pax saw it live inside too. Must have been quite an experience!

A visitor from Cyprus posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent photo . Great work by the crew to save their aircraft and passengers.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Awesome landing! Excellent pilotage, speaks volumes for good training. GOOD WORK!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great work, Andrew. Don't get used to all the hits. ;)

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great Shot!!

A visitor from Israel posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot Bravo !!!

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot and remarkable work from the crew

A visitor from Philippines posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great job to the JetBlue pilots!
Well, seems like August 2005 and September 2005 really wasn't a good time for flying.....

A visitor from Sweden posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It give me a feeling that I am just there and see how a good pilot manage to handled a hard situation.
Stig Ekstrom, Taby Sweden

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I watched the whole landing LIVE on CNN and I must say I was on the edge of my seat. First the a/c circled LA for a while and then came down to one of the greatest landings I've ever seen! THUMBS UP TO THE PILOTS!!!

A visitor from Pakistan posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I congrats you on making this great photo

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I watched the landing live on Sky in the middle of the night here in Scotland. Within half an hour Airliners.net had the pictures. Superb. And superb flying as well!

A visitor from Tanzania, United Republic Of posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Thank god and pilot for saving people life.

A visitor from France posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent!

A visitor from Portugal posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot.
Glad nothing bad happened

A visitor from Malaysia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Nice photo! It was sparkling like hell!

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent photo. I was glued to the TV watching it happen.

A visitor from France posted Thu September 22, 2005:
An excellent photo during the "Action". We can't see this type of photo all the days...

A visitor from New Zealand posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Asa 747 Captain I flew that runway mant times..
all in all he did a grand job..A 90 degree photo like that..at height of emegency is hard to get
Even I ..used to go to the 'Hill' by the beach off 06 Left on days off
Good job..

Ken Walker Air NZ..and EVA...retired

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Captured the most exciting moment,the peak of action. wonderful shot.

A visitor from Canada posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Wooow, great photo !

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great picture - now they need to investigate to see if their maintenance is up to par!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu September 22, 2005:
First of all, a great job of the crew. The plane is exact at the centerline still to the end of the runway. Nobody was injured.

And also a gret shot of this dramatic moment.

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great landing.. Very good job by the pilots!

A visitor from Portugal posted Thu September 22, 2005:
One in a million !!! One of these days we're gonna have some serious international photography award given to a spotter !! Well done Andrew, and well done to the flight crew !!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Hats off to the crew!

A visitor from South Africa posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Amazing photo do you have any more and how did it all end up

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
WOW..... that is an incredible shot. And much thanks to the pilot who landed the plane safely.

A visitor from Finland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great balls of fire!!!

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Just seen it on the news then logged on to airliners.net of course.

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Right on!

A visitor from Ireland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Plenty light, sparks and smoke !! real action !

A visitor from Israel posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Wow must have been great pilot!

A visitor from Mexico posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot!!!!... I can´t imagine when the aircraft has stopped completely. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CREW!. They saved many people. Very smart pilots!

A visitor from Finland posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great Picture!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It is current and is also the perfect moment and is of good quality.

A visitor from Mexico posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great shot, great plane and great crew. Congratulations Captain...!!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Excellent detail and framing.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
EXCELLENT PHOTO!!! This was a gripping moment, and this photo just shows how Airliners.net photographers are the best, and always know where to be to get the best shots.

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Incredible shot! Incredible landing! And Incredible speed of airliners.net

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Absolutely stunning photo! Truly shows the soft and perfect touch of those professional aviators. Wonderful angle displays a whole new level of the event that couldn't be felt from watching the events unfold on television. Great picture!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Safe landing !! Though the fireball sure gave everyone watching a few very tense moments...

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Kick Ass job getting the shot Andrew
congrats on getting out there to capture the unfolding drama!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
**salutes JetBlue pilot** I'd fly on his plane any day, any conditions.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
A great picture of an excellent landing. Great composition and balance, especially on an action shot like this one.

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Thu September 22, 2005:
I really want to say thank you for pilot who was in command of that plane. His landing was marvelous.

A visitor from New Zealand posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Superb! Watched on CNN live down here in New Zealand.... Brilliant photo. But AMAZING flying!!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
First on the scene and you have great lighting too. Amazing shot of the incident

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
What a fantastic job by the jetBlue flight crew! Truly spectacular coverage of this event. Modern technology at it's finest!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Congratulations! Excellent job! Your effort in finding a good location to shoot really shows!

A visitor from Mexico posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Eplendid photograph. Remarkable landing.
Bravo for the crew.¡¡¡

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
It really captures the full effect of what happens when you land with your nose gear turned 90 degrees

A visitor from Japan posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This picture is uploaded very very fast.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Incredible landing

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
V. good framing, good technically, excellent timing. And thank God this had a happy ending!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Good composition, flawless centering of the subject, dramatic subject matter. Just wow.

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Watched the landing live. Compliments to the pilots in an absolutely perfect landing.

Thanks very much Andrew for getting out there to capture the action in such a fantastic way. Better than the footage.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
This pic was taken from a great position. It captured the essence of the event.

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Thu September 22, 2005:
My compliments to the flightcrew of B6292 for a job well done for this landing! Keep it up!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Good shot

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Nice being able to see the people in the background on the airstairs with the good views...

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
You wasted no time getting a great shot posted so quickly. Great landing by the pilots. They really earned their check today. Bravo to them - nice landing.

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Thu September 22, 2005:
The best shot i have seen , better than tv tranmition, excelent job of the crew, thats why trainig is so important

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
No words to explain it!! Nice timing and shot!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
A great picture of an extraordinary landing! That was one of the softest landings I have ever seen. Thank God they where all safe.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Such skill in capturing a timeless shot.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Top rate photo...thank God you did not photograph the last seconds of life of the 146 souls on board.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Yikes!

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 22, 2005:
CONGRATULATIONS to this pilot! Saved the people and aircraft! Well done! ;)

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
JetBlue is my fav airline and i love this shot

A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Wow, just heard about this on the news in australia. wouldnt like to have been the one in control of this landing!

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Thu September 22, 2005:
WOW! This shot is stunning! Well done Andrew, I knew someone was going to rush to LAX to get this one. Stiil, congrats to the great pilots for their professionalism and safety, I am very glad that nobody got injured.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Great Pic!!!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Thanks for getting out there, taking a picture instead of watching, and posting it for us to see. It's better quality than most of the images on the news sites as of now.
Nick / KASH

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Etthekid's Favorites! by member etthekid
Pictures of planes that fly in and out and around.
Wings And Things by member caposam
Great ramdon shots
Oops!... I Did It Again by member SkyHigher
Uh oh, something bad happens.
Smokin'! by member brettdespain
Best tire smoke landings on a.net
Why I Love Aviation by member Holyseal
many different pictures, which I think depict why I feel in such a way about all this :)
All by member HanSolo
Desktop
My Very Best Choices! by member juliosousa
Skimming A.Net
MHE III by member 12Wyoming
The Little Guy's
Best Of The Best by member shatters1
New album
Favorite Pics by member tcco94
A collection of my favorite airliner pictures!
Leenone's Air Pic Choice by member leenone
leenone's air pic choice
Amazing Aviation by member F4UCorsair
My favorites
Whoops! by member schlattone
special shots
Failed... by member elvinzhou
Great shots of Damaged aircraft
Anything That I Like by member greggo1
hope you like them
The Ones by member CTito
Only favorite
Airplanes by member Doad
The Photos Of I like
The Best Of A.net by member spdythelobster
My favorite pictures on the database
Dripping Wet Blues by member September11
movie: Gone With The Flight
Airbus! by member ordcalvin
Good photos of Airbus
Paco's Album by member pacof
pics i like of what i love
Brechies Mooiste by member BRECHIE
mijn mooiste
Just Planes by member jyri
Only planes
Ones That Stand Out by member JFKMan
to me that is :)
My Fav's by member Steffen
My favourite Pics
Just Plane Nice Pics by member BlackBirdSR71A
nice shots
The A320 by member wabbit42
A collection of A320 photos.
My Favorite Pictures by member xlightman
My favorite pictures.
Atlmsuspartan by member atlmsuspartan
Photos Of Interest To Me
Favorites by member smcmac32msn
Favorites
Best Photos by member johng723
The best ones
Ooops by member tolipc
Ooops
Bad Moments!!! by member thiagoad
Just don't do it!
My Favorite by member rebelosilva
Best Photos
Pics To Print Eventually by member adi22
no comment..yet
Favorites by member DFinley
my favorite photos
My Photos by member matbac
good
United States +300'000 Views by member NiallM
most popular photos of the USA
Awesome Shots by member corbinwilliams
These are my most favorite pictures.
My Pics by member Areos
Best o Tha Best
The Best Pictures Of The Best A/C by member fsxfreak
sweet pictures
Kavalski by member apetar
my favourites
Airbus by member leowebb
has airbus pics
Fav Shots by member stangace20
just pics I really like
Scary Shots by member alexspots
real scary
FlyByWire08 by member flybywire5108
AvTickler0801
Favourites by member JHenryW
my favourite pictures on airliners.net
Accidents / Inccidents by member bertoramalho
Graet photos
My All Time Favourites!!!! by member djg7346
The best shots
Oops by member orko
Oops you did it again
Hafner Shlomo by member norde
acft is great
Spectatular Landings by member wookz
A slideshow of best landing pics on various airports
The City Of Angels (Los Angeles/KLAX) by member Raheem
These are some of my favorite images of LAX
My Favorites by member msarpolus
my favorite shots on airliners.net
The Best Of LAX by member countryboy
"The Best" According to me.
Delta Airlines by member gugaku1
Best Airline
Airlines Of The World by member IceTitan447
Some of the cool shots in aviation
OOPS! by member blunderbuss
SOMEONE screwed up...
Cool Aircraft by member grimmace
look
My Favorite Pics by member kyjof9
All of my favorite photos will be added
Nice Shots by member mrmakeitrainfp
just some pics i thought were nice
J.C.A.M's Aviation Photo Collection by member s9502182d
The Best Photos On Airliners.net
My Faivourate by member buomar
My Faivourate Photos
Nabil Khoury by member NabilKhoury
cool
LAX/KLAX - Airport by member jjongpig
^^
Totally Great! by member BG102896
my favourites
Mis Helicos by member alextvc
Fotos de Helicópteros
Great Photos by member bam111998
Some of the good photos on Airliners.net.
Airbus A320 by member JBClark
Great Shots of the Airbus A320...
Incredible Shots! by member dkrice
Some of the best, one-of-a-kind shots I've seen here.
Following My Dreams by member chrcaremanav
My Dream at 46 years young to work in Aviation.
SCRAPPING by member 9YPBM
LIFE AFTER DEATH
Incidents by member LuMicahMicah
Accidents
September 21, 2005: JetBlue Airways Flight #292 by member September11
Aircraft: N536JB (320). Route: BUR-JFK. 140 Passengers, 6 Crew Members (all survived). Crew executed emergency landing at LAX after nose wheels jammed in an abnormal position. Many people watched live news coverage of emergency landing.
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